Question Details:I don't own a car or home. But I do have personal belongings (computer, television, etc) can it be seized to satisfy a judgement? How can I protect my belongings from being seized if they are exempt? Do attorneys who win judgement in an unsecured debt case try and seize personal property if the person has no income or job?
Under the laws of most state sin this country, personal property of a judgment debtor worth up to a certain dollar amount such as eight thousand dollars ($8,000) are exempt from a judgment levy to satisfy a judgment for a judgment creditor.
From what you have written it appears that most likely your personal property such as a computer and a television would be exempt from a judgment levy against you.