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If the debt is deemed a community debt, in that it was acquired during marriage, even though it might have been from a equitable distribution and not community property state, if you are a resident of a community property state then the judgment creditor
can proceed against community assets to satisfy the debt. Whether or not they can go after community assets depends on the residence of the debtor at the time of enforcement. The only way to avoid community seizure in a community property state would be proving the debt is a true separate debt and in that case you can stop them from taking community assets.
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