Sadly, there are many folks in this situation. You should discuss this with your legal advisor or attorney. I would also suggest that you contact a debt counseling service provider. Choose wisely and ask questions to clarify your needs. Here are some government links with additional information: https://www.usa.gov/debthttps://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0153-choosing-credit-counselor
If a collector tries to garnish money from your bank account, your bank must look at your account history to see if you received any Social Security or VA benefits by direct deposit in the last 2 months. The bank must protect 2 months' worth of benefits from garnishment and let you use that money. If your account has more than 2 months' worth of benefits, your bank can freeze the extra money.
Social Security and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be garnished to pay government debts such as back taxes or federal student loans, and debts for child or spousal support. Some other benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), are protected from garnishment – even to pay a government debt or child or spousal support.http://www.consumerfinance.gov/askcfpb/1157/can-creditor-garnish-my-social-security-benefits-pay-debt.html
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