Hello again. Sorry for the delay, but sometimes I have to sleep.
You asked:Being that they have a judgment against my person are there any moves they can make against me within the next 48 hours once they know the foreclosure can't happen because I have 1. Filed a Chap 11 on the LLC or 2. transferred title to my personal and filed chap 11 on my personal. In other words, can they within the next 48 hours repossess my car, lay hands on other property and foreclose immediately or any further action they may take in response would require days and or submission to the courts by which time I may have then filed a chap 11 on my personal assuming I filed the 11 tomorrow on LLC and delay the 11 on my personal for a few days.
A: If you have real property in your personal name, then they can record an abstract of judgment with the county clerk-recorder office, and that would create a lien that can survive bankruptcy -- except in cases where you can show that the amount of your homestead exemption and other encumbrances on the property is sufficient to provide that the lien is actually unsecured, in whole or part, due to the lack of available equity in the property. Bankr. Code 522(f).
Re your motor vehicle, you have a $2,725 exemption outside of bankruptcy. If the equity value of the vehicle is greater than the exempt amount, then the creditor can have the sheriff seize and sell the vehicle. Generally, this is not done, because the creditor must post a bond for the value of the vehicle, in case the sheriff's execution is wrongful. The cost of the bond frequently exceeds the amount to be recovered (unless you have a collectible vehicle with no auto loan).
And, the creditor can try to reach non-retirement account assets at banks and investment institutions. But, this almost never happens until after the creditor sets a judgment debtor examination and has an opportunity to try to locate your assets and their amounts. And, that would require at least 16 court days to set the hearing (typically 21 calendar days from the date of service of the debtor exam order).
So, your risks here are pretty low.
Hope this helps.