Collecting a money judgment is tough if the Defendant has no assets or has assets and is hiding them. Some remedies are attachment, wage garnishment, petitioning for a lien. There are others. The more information you have about the Defendant's finances or whereabouts the easier it will be to exhaust your remedies. Good luck!Ask a similar question
Assuming you won a money judgment you can try to collect it yourself or you can engage a Marshall or Sherriff to do it.
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Winning is step one, collecting is step two. You can seek a garnishment or levy against an account after you have a judgment. If property is in dispute, then you may be entitled to a lis pendens against the property. Consult with a local lawyer to discuss the matter.
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