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If your trust account that your dad was overseeing has your name on the account, then if there is a judgment creditor they are allowed to attach that account to satisfy the judgment against you I am afraid. You are going to have to prove that the money in that trust account (which is what you are describing here) was from exempt earnings and if the money in there was not from exempt earnings I am afraid it is legally capable of being attached and you have to try to file another exception in the court that issued the order and argue your severe financial hardship to seek to get that money in that account exempted based on that hardship I am sorry to say.
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