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“Can a judgment in a civil complaint be turned into a lein against an insurance policy that the accused (one who judgment is against) owns? The agreement to pay this judgment was originally verbally arranged to be paid out of insurance policy proceeds before a judgment was levied.”
Question: Typically, once a creditor has a judgement, they can use it to file a lien against just about any tangible asset in which the debtor has an interest.