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My son was involved in a car accident about 10 months ago, and now the other party hired an attorney and contacted my insurance carrier for the damages. No lawsuit has been filed yet at this point, but the car is under my name, so I am responsible for the damages. My wife and I have a house (only one), and I just currently removed my name from the house and now it is solely under my wife's name. If I am being sued for the damages because of my son's car accidents, can they put a lien against our house (actually it's my wife's house, now) if they file a lawsuit later on? We live in California, thank you.My son is covered by the insurance policy and they covered $100,000 per person and $300,000 per accident for him. I am just afraid that if the injuried party attempted to claim beyond our policy limit, we may be in trouble. I know CA is a community property state, so I am afraid that even the house is under my wife's name only now, they still can touch it, can't they??? Besides that, we have no other assets and my son and I have been unemployed for a long time, the house is our only asset.
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