I would need more information before I could provide you with a proper answer. I assume that you have a filed and docketed judgment? If so, you are entitled to send out an information subpoena to learn about his assets. He is obligated to answer the subpoena and will be required to list his employer. If he fails to respond to the subpoena he can be held in contempt of court.
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Depending on the amount of the judgment, consider talking with a local collection attorney who may be willing to do the work for a percentage of any money collected. This may be worth it to you by helping you to avoid the time and stress of navigating a system you are not familiar with.
Nathan Suhkia in Gig Harbor has a really excellent practice and part of what he does is collect judgments. All the clients I have referred to him have been VERY happy with his work. Depending on the nature of the underlying judgment you received, it might be possible to tack on his fees to the amount that the judgment debtor owes you. Elizabeth Powell
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