My question involves judgment recovery in the State of: Montana
I will most likely have a judgment against me soon. I don't have many personal assets worth any money. My wife and adult son live in the home with me, they are not debtors. Can a sheriff take their personal belongings?
Can the sheriff enter the home when nobody is there and take stuff, even if it doesn't belong to me?
We have a car financed, negative equity but it is needed for wife to get to work. Also have older car worth approx $500. Should I file an exemption for the financed car or the old car. We need both but it makes no sense for them to take a car with no equity.
If I am not home and the sheriff comes to the door to seize assets, is there anything they can tell him to keep him from taking their belongings?