I am confused- is dead or not? She can make a claim against his estate, and depending upon where it falls in the priority of claims, she might get paid from the estate.
If the money is not paid within the time period a claim to enforce it can be brought against the person if alive or his estate if deceased.
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Your question is not entirely clear. He owes money to his ex-spouse who he divorced prior to marring you? You're worried whether she (the former spouse) can attach his money after he dies (from you)?
I'm 3 "helpful" answers away from a free blender! I may be guessing or not licensed in your state. No atty/client relationship exists.
Simple answer is to file an Order to Show Cause for contempt in November. Get it straightened out in Court. Or have him sign a Confession of Judgment and record it.
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