If you brought the house that you are in into the marriage, then it is likely untouchable in your husband's bankruptcy, because it is not a marital asset. If the property was purchased with marital assets during marriage and put into your name only, then it's possible to allege that it is a marital asset, especially if the transfer was made during the past four years and you had some knowledge of the possibility that your husband might have to file for bankruptcy.
The point is that marital assets (jointly held property) is subject to creditor claims, whereas your separate property is not. Note that now that you are aware of the possibility of bankruptcy, any further transfers from your husband to you, which would reduce his exposure in bankruptcy and which would simultaneously operate to increase your separate property, can be avoided by the bankruptcy trustee as a fraudulent transfer. So, be careful about moving money/assets around, because you may get caught with your hand in the cookie jar.
Hope this helps.
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