This question involves real estate in ste state of West Virginia:
Got a large judgement on an individual in 2003. Put a lein on his property in 2003. found out much later that he transferred his home and all his assests and other real estate to his brother in 2001.
He declared bankruptcy in 2008 because of the pressure he was receiving to pay my judgement. He stated in his bankruptcy deposition that he "transferred it all to his brother so no one could touch it and no one could get his stuff in a law suit" His bankruptcy was denied.
He still owes me a large sum of money. I tried to overtun the deed on his home that he GAVE to his brother. Found out that the statute of limitations on fraudulent transfers is only four years in WV. But my question is this. Since I put a lein on his home in 2003, do I still have a case to overturn this deed?