Texas is well known to be a good state in which to be a judgment debtor. A judgment creditor is limited to seizing non-exempt property and for many people, that means they do not own anything that can be seized.
If your home is your homestead, it cannot be taken from you (as long as you keep making mortgage payments). A husband and wife can claim two vehicles as exempt and your tools for work are also exempt. Any qualified retirement plans (including an IRA) are also exempt.
Basically, any personal property for use of the family that has an aggregate fair market value of $60,000 or less (excluding liens) is exempt. (Please see the sections of the Texas Property Code to which I have supplied links).
If, however, you have not filed a Homestead Exemption on your residence, you should do so immediately, just be safe.