This comes up a fair amount. Just because a credit card company got a judgment and recorded it does not make it a lien against your homestead. See my legal guide, linked here, for more information about what to do with this problem:
I am licensed only in Texas. Offering information of a general nature in response to a question is not intended to be legal advice in your state.
In my experience, credit card judgments can usually be settled. Depending on your circumstances, you can save a substantial percentage off the current balance. Be sure to have a signed stipulation that can be filed with the court before making any settlement payments. If you need to have the lien addressed quickly, you should be looking to do a lump sum settlement as opposed to installments.
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Yes it can be settled or you can file your own partial release of the judgment lien. Here is an article I wrote about it. http://www.judgmentrelease.com/articles/Partial-Release-of-a-Judgment-Texas.htm
My comments are not legal advice and are for informational purposes only.