Under Utah Statutes 78B-5-505. your 401K is exempt. Seems like the roll-over to Roth would be too.
. (xiv) except as provided in Subsection (1)(b) (, any money or other assets held for or payable to the individual as a participant or beneficiary from or an interest of the individual as a participant or beneficiary in a retirement plan or arrangement that is described in Section 401(a), 401(h), 401(k), 403(a), 403(b), 408, 408A, 409, 414(d), 414(e), or 457, Internal Revenue Code;
1(b) says -b) The exemption granted by Subsection (1)(a)(xiv) does not apply to:
(i) an alternate payee under a qualified domestic relations order, as those terms are defined in Section 414(p), Internal Revenue Code; or
(ii) amounts contributed or benefits accrued by or on behalf of a debtor within one year before the debtor files for bankruptcy. This may not include amounts directly rolled over from other funds which are exempt from attachment under this section.
You don't indicate whether you're filing for bankruptcy or just bucking a judgment. Best to see a lawyer for the specifics
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