I was served with a writ of execution in the state of PA for an old student loan. I currently own nothing of real value (both cars are in my husband's name). Just about everything of value (tv's, game systems), are my husband's. The only thing of value I own is my Kindle tablet. Could the Sheriff take my husband's things? My children's toys? Can my bank account be seized even though my husband on my accounts?
The Sheriff can not "take" anything. They can levy upon your personal property as directed by the Judgment Creditor. That may include bank accounts, personal property, motor vehicles, etc. A levy is essentially an inventory of items that may be then scheduled for sale at auction. In short, if items levied upon are not owned by you (i.e., owned by your husband), there is a procedure by which he can object to the levy.
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