TIPS FOR COLLECTING ON A MONEY JUDGEMENT

Try to find out if the Debtor owns land: go to the County Clerk in the county where you think the Debtor owns property to search.

Serve an information subpoena: this is a legal document signed by the Court Clerk that orders the Debtor and others to answer questions about the Debtor’s assets.

Tracking down the debtors assets can be very time consuming, one of the easier ways to track down a debtors assets is a full skip trace on the debtor, this will provide a list of all assets in the debtors name. 

When you have collected all the information about the Debtor’s assets, You can hire a sheriff, local police officer, city marshal or town or village constable who is authorized to take money or property from the Debtor to pay your judgment.

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