I won a judgement and filed form SC-134 in order to get a hearing for a debtors exam. I appeared at the hearing, but the debtor did not. The judge ordered me to re-serve the debtor as I served the documents to the debtors "registered agent for process". I want to know what form I must file to order the debtor to furnish documents such as bank statements, residence verification, etc? Also, I do not have a residence address for the debtor, and have had issues locating the them. I do have a potential lead for an address that they frequent so I may be able to have the debtor served there, but I am not sure what address I should use on the forms? Any information that you may be able to provide is much appreciated and thank you for reading my post/
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