My sister-in-law has a judgement against her for something she did long before she met by brother. They are now married and my parents are considering signing a piece of property over to them. Can the state make them sell the property to satisfy her debts, or put a lien on the property or anything? I have tried researching this without much luck. This is in Florida.
Answered on: 6/20/13, 12:56 pm by David Slater
If she is an owner, it will be subject to the judgment.
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