Yes. If you own a membership interest in the LLC, your judgment creditor
can take steps to have you turn over the interest.
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Yes, you can be required to turn over your interest in the LLC. And the turnover is permanent -- you don't the LLC back once the judgment is paid.
Yes, paying personal items from the LLC can be considered evidence that the corporate veil should be pierced.Ask a similar question
If a turnover order is issued, you don't get your interest back when the judgment is paid.
Comingling coporate and personal assets and obligations is one ground for "piercing the corporate veil".
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They can get a Charging Order that instructs the LLC to pay disbursements to them instead of to you.
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