The bankruptcy code has some generous exemptions for retirements. The bankruptcy code grants an almost limitless exemption for retirement accounts like 401k, 403b, IRA and Roth IRAs. It also allows exemptions for other traditional retirements like pensions and retirement annuities. The general rule of thumb is if the retirement has a tax exempt status from the IRS, it will be protected in the bankruptcy.
So before you cash out your retirement to try and pay back debts, talk to a bankruptcy attorney first. You will probably be able to keep your retirement away from your creditors.
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