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We have an existing mortgage in my husband's name (this is our homestead). There is a judgement lien on this property in my husband's name over an old credit card debt (just old enough not to qualify under the law that nullifies judgements on homestead properties). Now we have to move because of my husband's job. We are thinking about getting a mortgage in MY name in our new location. Can the judgement follow us onto this new mortgage? What happens to our existing "homestead" property once we no longer live there? We already know that with the lien, we can't sell the house. But, if we rent it out, will we get into trouble? Should we just call up the companies and try to settle the judgements? Might they settle for less than what is stated? What is really the best thing for us to do?