If he has any assets or income ever, you can collect--eventually. Good luck!
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You should file the judgment in the counties you believe your husband works and resides in. If he has a property, the judgment will attach and he'll have to pay you when he refinances or sells with 9 percent interest included.
Otherwise, the judgment will be a blight on his credit and you are tying him up. It would have to addresses if he ever wants to move forward.
Since it's for child support, he cannot discharge the judgment in bankruptcy.
You could have information subpeonas served on the banks around where he lives. You have 20 years to collect a judgment.
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