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Can the bankruptcy trustee take money for debt repayment in the six month period after bankruptcy disbursement if they receive a large Social Security Disability payment?

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Typically no. There are no absolutes here. If you disclosed to the Court that you were in the process of obtaining Disability, you should have nothing to worry about. However, if you kept this info from them, I would ask the lawyer who handled your case.
No. All Social Security benefits whether disability, SSI, or regular pension benefits are exempt from bankruptcy action.
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