33-1125. Personal items

The following property of a debtor used primarily for personal, family or household purposes is exempt from process:

1. All wearing apparel of not more than a fair market value of five hundred dollars.

2. All musical instruments provided for the debtor's individual or family use of not more than an aggregate fair market value of four hundred dollars.

3. Horses, milk cows and poultry of not more than an aggregate fair market value of one thousand dollars.

4. All engagement and wedding rings of not more than an aggregate fair market value of two thousand dollars.

5. The library of a debtor, including books, manuals, published materials and personal documents of not more than an aggregate fair market value of two hundred fifty dollars.

6. One watch of not more than a fair market value of two hundred fifty dollars.

7. One typewriter, one computer, one bicycle, one sewing machine, a family bible or a lot in any burial ground of not more than an aggregate fair market value of two thousand dollars.

8. Equity in one motor vehicle of not more than six thousand dollars. If the debtor or debtor's dependent has a physical disability, the equity in the motor vehicle shall not exceed twelve thousand dollars.

9. Professionally prescribed prostheses for the debtor or a dependent of the debtor, including a wheelchair or motorized mobility device.

10. All firearms of not more than an aggregate fair market value of two thousand dollars.

11. All domestic animals or household pets.