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Your issue is not going to be protecting your bank account, but your wages. The judgment creditor will attempt to garnish your wages before the net is deposited into an account, so it won't matter where the money is going to end up, they will have already taken the money out.
If you have a large balance in your bank account that may cover the judgment then they may go the route of seizing your bank account.
And yes, if you move money to avoid the judgment Ohio has the Ohio Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, which you would be in violation of which could cause more potential issues for you.
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