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You are correct that the creditors can go after the property that was recently transferred to your husband. First, the Bankruptcy Code specifically states that the trustee can reverse any transfer that occurs within 2 years of filing for bankruptcy (see 11 USC § 548(a)). Moreover, Florida law provides that any transfer of property made for the purpose of hindering a creditor from collecting on a debt is considered fraudulent, and can be reversed (see 726.105). So, the botXXXXX XXXXXne is that both Federal law and State law gives the creditors remedies.
However, so far as your husband is concerned, his liability does not extend beyond the share of the property that was fraudulently transferred to him. He will not be personally liable for the debt in any way if he did not agree to be liable for it.
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