you should really ask a lawyer and do it very quickly because they can go after your bank account they can go after your car they can go after your house don't wait until they issue so kind of other action besides the judgment. Talk to a lawyer immediately. And see what to do
It means if he ever has a real paycheck or assets they can come after them easier. If he has neither, it pretty much means he is judgement proof.
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Disability benefits can be garnished for child support or student loans. If it is any other type of debt, then social security disability checks should be safe.
They definitely can go after a bank account. However, you refer to it with the word "my", not "our". Is this a joint bank account with both names or is it only yours and not his? Also, do you live in a community property state or not? I'm not sure of the exact circumstances so I don't know about this bank account.
Judgments give debt collectors much stronger tools to collect the debt from your husband. Those tools can include wage or bank account garnishments, as well as putting on a lien on your home. Disability payments can only be taken to pay for:
1. Child or spousal support
2. Unpaid Federal taxes
3. Debts to other federal agencies such as an over-payment of food stamps or defaulted student loans