You unfortunately need to know where the defendant lives to make proper service. There are ways to find this information. I would like to get more details, but would be more than happy to discuss further.
The good news is that if her income increases about the minimum threshold for any given pay period, you will receive funds for that period. You may want to consider a bank execution as well, although its unlikely that someone earning that amount will have significant funds in a bank account. However, a judgment is valid for 20 years.
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I recently encountered this issue. The AG's office typically pursues claims aggressively and any attorney pursuing this claim will be an expert that does nothing but this kind of work. However, the good news is that the statutes provide limitations as to how much can be taken and you may be able to negotiate some kind of deal.
Feel free to contact me if you want to further discuss. I realize it might be uncomfortable to put all the details on a board of lawyers answering questions. Its also hard to really get a sense of the situation and what kind of help you need without knowing more.
It's technically an asset subject to the Court's discretion in dividing the assets and liabilities of the parties. However, what will actually happen depends on many factors and is complex beyond the scope of an answer here.
I'm not entirely clear on what you saying, but it sounds like he pretended to be you and they communicated with him about the debt thinking it was you. May I ask if you are male or female? What information did they give him?
The threshold question is whether you should file. I would need more information concerning the debts and your other finances. I would be happy to further speak with you. You may email me at your convenience at firstname.lastname@example.org or call my office.