I am sorry to hear of your predicament. If there is a personal judgment against you, your personal assets can be levied upon. However, the lien of the deficiency judgment does not take precedence over an existing lien on the property in question. For example, your personal home mortgage would take precedence over the lien of the judgment. This is important because the judgment creditor may not be prepared to pursue such an asset knowing that they must pay off the prior liens otherwise they foreclose themselves out of the property.
On your business that is in a LLC name, they judgment creditor has the right to receive the distributions you receive from the business that are profits. Salary you receive is subject to the statutory limitation of 25% of the pay after withholding taxes and social security.
Your IRA are exempt from execution so long as they have any anti alienation provision in them. You should make sure they do. Money in 401k plans and pensions are also exempt from execution.
On the facts you have stated, I would not abandon defense of the case even if you have to do it yourself. You have a good argument that the bank committed fraud through its bank officer and that the debt itself is the product of fraud in which the bank officer conspired. Your goal is to get to tell your story to a jury. The new bank may decide to settle by just taking the property. If you indicate that you will fight, they may be more reasonable.
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