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If you've complied with LLC requirements (no commingling, adequate capitalization, etc), the LLC's purpose is to protect personal assets from liability. Once money has been transferred it becomes your personal asset. Therefore, it should be safe. That does not prevent anyone from suing you and trying to obtain it, but it should give you a defense to any such claim. In short, yes, only the LLC assets would be on the table absent some other action on the LLC members' part that would open the door to a piercing the veil argument.
Given that you are dealing with a hypothetical situation at the moment, that is how you should look at it. In the event that you are actually sued, or a demand letter is sent, you need to consult with an attorney immediately to analyze fully the situation.