If your husband is sued for credit card debt that he incurred before your marriage can creditors take action against a jointly owned vehicle?

As it is and asset they may be able to take what ever they class as assets, before or after, but not 100% sure depending on each individual case. * If the car is titled in both spouse's names with the name divided by the word "or", the vehicle may be subject to seizure and sale or lien attachment by a judgment creditor if it is not protected under the state vehicle exemption. In the majority of cases a judgment creditor will not be granted the rights to a forced sale of marital property that is jointly owned unless the couple reside in a community property state. Since a lawsuit has already been implemented the debtor should not attempt to transfer the title or have his named removed, as that might possibly be seen as a fraudlent conveyance and create more legal difficulties for both spouses.