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If there is a judgement against me, can the house be sold if my husband and I are on the deed for them to try and take my half?

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 01st, 2017 on Bankruptcy - New York
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We had filed bankruptcy due to a fraudulent charge against me.
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Answered on Jul 02nd, 2017 at 6:09 AM

While the judgment debt is discharged the lien actually stays.  You can get the lien stricken by reopening your bankruptcy and proving the lien impaired your exemption.  You likely need a lawyer to do this.

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