My question involves court procedures for the states of: PA & TX

I have an arbitration judgment from 2012 in PA for a sizable amount of money. Due to the debtor being judgment proof, the judgment hadn’t been revived and/or updated with added interest. The debtor was married at the time the judgment was issued. The debtor has since moved to TX (a community property State) and has purchased a house with his wife.

My questions are:

1. Would it be wiser to have the interest tacked on now, while it’s still a PA judgment, or after the judgment is domesticated in TX? Or does it not matter?

2. Being a community property State, once the judgment is domesticated, am I able to pursue assets owned in the spouse’s name only since they were married before the judgment issue date?