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A creditor cannot typically attach or seize any bank accounts without first obtaining a judgment against you. Taxing authorities can seize bank accounts without a court order, but creditors typically cannot.
Even if a judgment were obtained against you, your social security benefits are normally exempt from attachment. If your pension is an ERISA-qualified plan, then it would typically be exempt from attachment as well, but a creditor may seize the income from the pension once it is paid out to you.
Here is a link which lists assets which are typically exempt under GA law:
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