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If the house in your sole name and you did not enter in to the loans or guarantee them then they will not be able to enforce the debt against your house; it is safe. You husband debts are his own and they can only seek to claim the monies owed against his assets. If he is not named on the registered title to the property ten it is not an asset of his.
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I would transfer any money held in that account in to an account in your name. It would then be unlikely that they will be able to claim it. I hope this clarifies, if so please kindly click accept.
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