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1. Dear Stanley, firstly, a County Court order against you personally, cannot be secured upon the property of which you are a beneficiary. This is because the nominal legal ownership is vested in the trustee, your daughter, and not in you, as beneficiary. So, nominally, you don't own anything to attach. So the creditor to whom you owe the credit card debts will have to look elsewhere for the money. Secondly, I would not advise you to go bankrupt if you are worried about the credit card debts. Essentially, the creditor here will have to seek some form of payment order against you which will be limited by whatever is your current income, less your legitimate living expenses. So, you should not go bankrupt simply as a result of the County Court order. It is not really necessary.
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3. It is time your wrote a reminder letter enclosing a copy of your original complaint. Don't let time go bye before you get a reply. The police officers needed a warrant to enter your property. So, you have a valid complaint when they acted without a warrant.