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You can file a motion to vacate the liens if they were improperly placed and you are entitled to seek damages against your ex for placing the improper liens including your attorney's fees. If he was ordered to pay the debts, the liens he placed on the home for those debts would be improper liens. You would seek to remove the debts by filing a motion for an order to show cause
for contempt in the divorce court that issued the order making him liable for the debts and ask the court to remove the liens and make him pay for your attorney's fees and costs for you having to take him to court.
As far as any debts with your name on them, if he files bankruptcy, those creditors can pursue you for payment based on his bankruptcy and the court cannot interfere with those contracts
, even though they ordered him to pay the debts. So if your name is ***** ***** of those debts, the creditors can come after you for payment if he gets bankruptcy approved.
However, that does not mean you still cannot get liens he placed on the home removed, since he is not entitled to collect from you or sale of the home if the court awarded you the home and ordered him to pay the debts.
If your name is ***** ***** of the debts though, if he files bankruptcy, the creditors can place their own liens on the home if they sue you and get a judgment for payment against you.