Can a Judgement be placed against the LLC?
The judgment will be against you personally.
However, "even though creditors can't collect directly from an LLC for an owner's personal debts, there are other ways creditors might try to go after the LLC for the owner's personal debt. These include:
1) obtaining a charging order requiring that the LLC pay the creditor money distributed to the debtor-owner
2) foreclosing on the debtor-owner's LLC ownership interest, or
3) getting a court to order the LLC to be dissolved and all its assets sold."
The above is from a Utah website but I suspect that the laws are the same or similar in Arizona.
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Am concerned as the LLC is my main source of income.
It's possible that a thoroughly ticked off creditor can put that income in jeopardy.