No, unless you commingle your assets such that there is no way to determine whose are whose.
That is, the court can't garnish your income or consider it in making a support award. But, if the support obligee were to get a money judgment for support arrears, and if you and your husband owned a home together, the home could be sold under the judgment to satisfy the arrears. And, while you would get your portion of the money from the sale, that wouldn't mitigate the unbelievable inconvenience of such an occurrance.
So, you may want to consider keeping all of your assets separate until all of the arrears are paid off. This would include filing tax returns "married filing separately."
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