Yes, in certain circumstances. If you have claimed the IRA as exempt under Texas law, and you take out a lump sum during a bankruptcy and do not reinvest it in another IRA (a nontaxable rollover) within 60 days, then the money is no longer considered an IRA and it may be seized by your bankruptcy trustee.
My recommendation: Don't take a lump sum distribution from your IRA during a bankruptcy if you have claimed the funds as exempt under Texas law, unless you are doing a nontaxable rollover to another qualified plan. Check with your bankruptcy lawyer first. The safe bet is to wait until the bankruptcy case is not only discharged but closed.
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