The information I have indicates that SC is not a state that recognizes tenants-by-the-entirety (TBE) ownership of real estate. That's important because the answers will be different if does recognize TBE ownership.
"1)Could a judgement lien against one of the owners force the sale of the house if it is jointly owned?"
Yes. The judgment lien holder could foreclose its lien and force the sale of the home, assuming that there is equity in the home for the lien to reach after taking into account the state homestead exemption. Note that the non-liable spouse would get/his her share of the sales proceeds however.
"2) Would a lien against one of the owners be transferred along with the deed if the property is sold or bequeathed to another family member?"
If the property is sold or otherwise transferred to someone else, the lien will follow the property. That's why buyers insist on getting liens like this paid at or before closing so they get a clear title.