Your questions doesn't make total sense, but presumably you are the defendant. If you lose, the judgment will be against you. Generally, community property can be siezed to satisfy a judgment against one spouse. Income that either spouse earns during a marriage is community property. That said, wages (neither yours nor his) can be garnished for debt, which the judgment against you will be. However, once either of you get a paycheck and cash it or deposit it, the money is then cash which is subject to collection proceedings. Generally, retirement accounts are exempt from collection actions, as is your homestead.
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