Every state allows you to protect a certain amount of property from creditors, unless it is the creditor with the lien. If you are being sued, you should go to court and raise any defenses you have. You may even be able to settle. If anyone other than the original party has shown up, you can defend making them prove that they have a right to collect.
The judgment once entered is only half the story. The creditor has to file another suit to collect. They do not want anything that cannot be converted into quick cash. Here, you may need an attorney depending on what the creditor does to collect.
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