Under the outside reverse alter ego doctrine, a trial court may amend a judgment against an individual to also name a corporation or LLC which is the judgment debtor’s alter ego.  This decision holds that the trial court did not err in applying that doctrine to add an LLC defendant to a sister state judgment against Schaefer after the judgment was registered in California under the Sister State Money Judgment Act.  However, the trial court erred in its consideration of whether imposing alter ego liability on the LLC was equitable given the fact that the judgment debtor’s wife owned a 50% stake in the LLC and her interest would be adversely affected.  Wife had separated from husband many years before.  Both husband’s conduct leading to the judgment and wife’s interest in the LLC occurred after the separation, so her interest was not community property and wasn’t liable on the claim against husband.  The case is remanded for reconsideration of equities in light of these rulings.