Collecting money without judgment debtor asset information

So a court has entered a money judgment in your favor against a debtor- you’ve won, right? While obtaining a judgment is the first step in the process of collecting on a debt, it is unlikely that the judgment debtor is simply going to hand the money over. However, asking the judgment debtor to pay the amount due is probably the best way to start the collections process, before you expend any money or time in the other collections processes, which can be complicated. Moreover, this is the best way to start if you do not have any information about the judgment debtor’s assets.
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