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December 08, 2008


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Tenancy by the entireties is interesting because in some states a creditor owning a judgment against spouse A can attach a lien to the survivorship interest of that spouse. Thus, if spouse B dies first or the property is sold while both spouses are alive, the judgment creditor may be able to enforce its judgment lien against the property or the proceeds of sale.

This is way over my head and not necessary for me at this stage in life but very interesting nonetheless. Enjoyed the write-up..thanks!

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