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do creditors go after bank accounts outside of us (non us banks), my sister is not on default mortage, but i am wondering if there is a lien on the home that is not default, do we split the equity in half and creditors will take my portion only, she is not on any default,
maybe i didn't ask the question correctly, there is no plan in foreclosing the other house i am sharing with my sister, and i am afraid if creditors but lien on the house, and when we decide to sell the house when themarket is up, there is equity of 100k, do creditors take all 100k or my sister will take 50k and creditors take the rest.
thanks for your help
ok, i am not sure what to do, what do you suggest, i am afraid they will put lien on the second propoerty, but what if my portion is only 10%, (who decides that, can I just say that), and there is potential in leaving the states one day, but not sure really when, i am thinking to have them get the judgement, and garnish my wages until i leave, what do you suggest i do, wouldn;t be difficult to do bankruptcy since i will lose for sure.
sorry for so many questions, i appreciate your help and i will pay you, you were great help, if only one creditor sues me, and win judgement, what happens with other creditors if they did not sue me
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