Can a bank account be frozen by creditors if I receive only social security payments?

I am in the process of making payments to a local attorney to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy petition and today I received a call from their office telling me that my creditors attorney will be pursuing a default judgement against me in the next 14 days. The only form of income that I receive is from social security disability and have no other form of income being deposited. I'm really scared because although I filed an "affidavit to protect exempt funds", I don't know if my bank will place a hold on my account and I have rent due in 2 weeks. What should I do?
Asked Jun 14, 2014
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Answered Aug 21, 2014
There is a possible that the creditors can do that, Consult your attorney or an expert for more knowledge and information. They can really help you.
Answered Sep 02, 2014

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