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Finding your debtor, is the first step to serve your lawsuit on them, and later to try to recover your judgment against them. No one else can pay your judgment off. If you learn where your judgment debtor, lives, that is usually the first hint toward locating their available assets, that could eventually lead to recovering your judgment. My articles are my opinions, and is not legal advice. I am a judgment referral expert, and not an attorney.

If your debtor, was served at their work or residence, that's the first place you should look for the debtor. When your judgment is old, the debtor, might not work or live there now, yet those are good places to begin.

Certain debtors, try to evade judgmentowners. Usually, judgment creditors can still locate them. Start with what you know, and investigate further. For example, you may already know the address that your debtor used to be at. You may be able to contact people who probably know information about your debtor.

If you talk to your debtor's, current or former neighbors, roommates, family, or co-workers; do not act in ways which may make them suspicious. Especially with your debtor's, immediate family, attempt not to make them suspicious, about if they should talk with you, a stranger, about a member of their family.

A common way to get free and informal info from those who know your debtor, is to tell a little lie. One example lie might be "I'm a long time friend of Dan Debtor from... and I want to catch up with him, do you how I can contact him, or where he moved to?" Do not lie to locate a judgment debtor's banking information, however it is usually legal to discover where they live, their phone number or email address, or workplace.

Some people may tell you a lot about your debtor, and some may even tell you about people they don't know. Listen carefully, to decide whether there is any bad feelings about the debtor. When they have bad feelings, they may tell you better info. Listen attentively, and gently ask them investigative questions.

If you are trying to discover out where someone (e.g., your judgment debtor) moved to, you are skip tracing them. The skip is the person you're trying to find. Do not attempt to act like a private investigator or bill collector, or even tell them that you own a judgment against the debtor. Many times, the best source of info about a debtor, is their ex-spouse or a former boy or girl friend. Next best is the debtor's, co-workers or friends. Contact one or more of them, and see if you can find a sympathetic ear. Some of them might provide some valuable info.

At the same court where you got your judgment, there might be other judgments against your debtor. Locating and contacting other judgment creditors might be helpful. They might be glad to trade information. Sometimes other judgment creditors won't want to share their information, because the first judgment owner to figure out where their debtor banks or works or banks, gets to hire the Sheriff to garnish the judgment debtor's, assets. The first to get paid usually wins.


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