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Are you sure this isn't a POCA amount ? So it protects from the default sentence?
Your share in the property should be ringfenced.
They may force a sale of the property to release his share though which is not desirable.
That wouldn't change even if you divorced him.
The only solution would be for him to pay in full but I don't suppose he is in a position to do that.
However, they shouldn't lay hands upon your funds.
Can I clarify anything for you?