Generally an error is waived if not objected during trial. Juror misconduct though cannot be waived but it may still be harmless error if falling asleep did not substantially effect the outcome or a fair trial.
All assets prior to separation regardless if you obtained it from separate property or community must be disclosed. If you don't disclose it the spouse can always seek its allocation as an omitted asset. There are strict rules about disclosures and penalties for not disclosing. They don't want spouses playing games with assets.
Also any debt must be disclosed if the spouse wants it allocated as well.
Did you look up the definitions? Every statute defines most of the statutes in the beginning of the chapter. Your first questions should be what is the definition of bus not is a limo required to stop. You need to understand the terms before you take the next step.
If it the same claims based upon the same facts already decided then you cannot. If they are a set of different facts from a different incident or facts that were unknown that significantly changes the claim then those have not been decided and may be considered.
They can garnish both but since she is probably not working or have any assets they are going after him. If he can show he was deployed while they served him and defaulted him, he can go back and set it aside as a void judgment and for lack of service.Federal prevents defaults against deployed and everything must be stayed while they are serving abroad.
She can make a claim but whether there is really a claim will depend on the facts. If she claims she was suppose to make monthly payments and she hasn't for years then likely there is no claim as the statute has likely run. There is no way to know but it is possible depending on the facts but it seems the facts are very weak even if she does sue.