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If the trust is a revocable trust that was created by your ex, then you would identify the assets in the that trust as being the subject of the writ of execution. In other words there is no reason to put a lien on the trust assets since you may execute on them now.
That said, in order to attach a lien to real estate in the trust, you can mail the abstract of judgment to the county recorder's office in any California county where the trust owns real estate. For personal property held by the trust, you would file a Notice of Judgment Lien with the California Secretary of State.
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If the trust has real estate in it, then you would generally file a copy of the judgment in the county deed records to place a lien on it.