What to do if a constable has served me with a writ of execution?
Question Details: I am also considering bankruptcy as I have no income. My husband does work and is the sole owner of our home and cars. My name is not on anything. Would they be able to come after anything in the home to seize even though I haven't purchased any of it? Can they go after his bank account even though my name is no longer on it? I haven't worked in over a year.
Given what you have written I suggest that you consult with a consumer law attorney that practices in the area of bankruptcy. If the judgment against you arose while you were married to your spouse then under the law, your husband's wages could be garnished as well as his bank accounts that are marital property.
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