I am a New York Firefighter retired on disability. I receive City and State disability benefits as well as SSI. This is my only sources of income and is non-taxable and judgement proof. Due to the recent real estate bubble, I am in a situation where I need to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Is there any situation where my judgement-proof disability money can ever become NON judgement-proof? For example, I deposit my disability check into my checking account (i know they can’t touch this), I then take money out of my checking account in the form of cash; can a Trustee take this cash? What if I buy stocks with my disability money, can a Trustee take that money? What if I loan my disability cash to a friend or business, can a Trustee take that money?
Ultimately, if I take my disability money and put it in different places like stocks, investments or loan it out, is this money still protected from lawsuits, judgements and bankruptcy?
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