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The debt(s) remain valid and collectible. The debtor might wish to try negotiating terms that would be better suit the change of their financial status, but there are not laws that protect anyone from debts owed due to a disability. In most cases the disabled person has little if any property that can be attached by creditors when it pertains to a lawsuit. All Social Security and other disability benefits are exempt to garnishment; likewise disability funds held in a separate bank account are not subject to creditor levy. It is extremely important that benefit funds not be commingled with other money in a bank account. Please be advised, disability benefits are usually not exempt when it pertains to child support, spousal maintenance or the collection of federal or state taxes.

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