This all depends on whether you have a “beneficial interest” in the property – or to rephrase, if you are named on the mortgage and have thus contributed towards it previously. If so, there is a risk that the property could be sold in order to release the value of your share of the property, and thus raise funds towards paying off creditors. Other factors that come into play include whether there is any equity in the house, as it may not be beneficial to sell it anyway. Each case is different, so the best thing you can do is seek further impartial advice on the matter as soon as possible.
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