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Hello, thank you for the question.
The short answer is yes, but only after he gets judgement against you. A lien is an enforcement measure, or to establish an interest in an asset for security.
The primary exception is in construction lien law, where an unpaid contractor can put a lien on a property as soon as a claim for unpaid work is prepared against the property owner.
That's a quick answer, does it help? I'll wait for your question or comment.
Is there anything else about this to discuss? If your brother has already brought a claim you could tell me about it.