It is unclear whether this language restricts Colorado's
exemptions to use only by Colorado residents. "Exemptions
authorized to be claimed by residents of this state shall be
limited to those exemptions expressly provided by the statutes
of this state.” Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-54-107.
These cases are in conflict over that issue. In re Underwoood,
342 B.R. 358 (Bankr.N.D.Fla.2006) (Nonresidents can't claim
state exemptions.); In re Jewell, 2006 WL 2258363 (Bankr.W.D.
N.Y.2006) (Debtors, who were not residents of Colorado on
date of filing were not eligible for its exemptions because its
exemptions were limited to residents); In re Wilson, 2015 WL
1850919 (D. Idaho 2015) (Colorado allows nonresidents to
use its exemptions); (In re Kelsey, 477 B.R. 870 (M.D. Florida,
2012) (Colorado's exemptions may be used by nonresidents).