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I received a notice of involuntary lien and abstract of judgment for old debt, they won the judgment in court in Aug of 2009 and I made a few payments. In Nov 2009 I lost my job and have not found a new one. The only thing I own in my name is an old Jeep. My husband has property and a vehicle in his name; can the creditor go after his assets for my old debt? If I ever find a job again I plan to resume payments, but until then I'm stuck and afraid for my husband's assets.Also, is a joint tax return included in a lien against real property?