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If the property is properly placed in a living trust, of which you are not the beneficiary, then the creditor will probably be unable to attach to the home. However, the credit may be able to attach to your bank account and/or garnish your wages, (provided you are not the "head of household" for taxes) in order to collect on the judgment. Additionally, a judgment stays valid for a number of years (up to 20 years) so they will be able to pursue collection until the judgment is paid.
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