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The answer is probably not. Your personal debts are your own, and your company is not liable for your debts, barring special circumstances.
Your creditor will generally need to get a judgment against your LLC to pursue a judgment against it. It is extremely unlikely that your company assets will be attacked by your creditor.
I had to hgedge that response because it is possible, but only in cases like fraud or using your business account to do your personal banking, and even then those transactions would have to be proven to a judge for a judgment to be sustained.
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