How much of these assets the trustee can take is partly dependent on the exemptions (protection) you are allowed in Utah.
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The Utah bankruptcy trustees have recently started asking for "wages earned but not received as of the day" a person files. Since this is new, many attorneys have not know to mention anything about that. You need to talk with you attorney and see if the trustee will take payments or work some other arrangement. I'm sure your attorney can help you work with the trustee.
The items I discussed above are for information and not to be relied upon. You should talk with an attorney.