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Discovering Where Your Judgment Debtor Banks

Assuming that you can find your judgment debtor and your judgment is valid, you have to discover what assets they might have, which may be levied to recover your judgment. This article is my opinion, and is not legal advice. I'm a judgment referral expert, and not a lawyer. When you ever need a strategy to use or legal advice, you should contact a lawyer.

On what should you concentrate your judgment debtor discovery? Information on the debtor's available assets is more useful than what the debtor's preferred foods are. While most information about the judgment debtor may be useful, it is best to focus just on investigating their assets.

What assets does the debtor have, which may be attached by a Sheriff levy, to help pay your judgment? The only reason to learn something else about your debtor is if it may help in finding the garnishable assets they own. As an example, when a judgment debtor claims they're broke, however the debtor has expensive hobbies; learning what their hobbies or toys are might be helpful.

Sometimes following a debtor to their job or where they bank, provides all you need to know. If the debtor has a bank account or a job, to be able to have a Sheriff garnish them, you need to discover the location. Just about the cheapest ways to discover where they bank or work, is to just follow your debtor when they leave leave their residence to drive to their job. At quitting time, they may even stop off at their bank.

Finding where your judgment debtor banks, is not so easy to find by following the debtor's car. Maybe following them on the week-end may find them going to their bank. Following the debtor is a lot easier when they work and live near you. Tracking and following your judgment debtor can be accomplished with a single car. However, using 2 vehicles to follow the debtor's car works a lot better.

If you only use 1 car, you shouldn't count on hitting pay dirt on your first attempted tracking. When you stay too closely, the judgment debtor will notice, and it may be game over, because the debtor will learn what type of vehicle you have.

Do not tailgate and track them as long as you can do safely. If you lose them, keep track of the place where you lost them, and the time of day. On your next attempt, you have two options. Option one is often tricky: to start again right before the time and place where you first lost their car; by watching for their car on the road. Option 2 is simpler, to again follow their vehicle right from the start, and initially stay farther away from their vehicle, and then get really close to their car, shortly before the place that you lost them before, and then fall back once more to avoid suspicion.

Having two cars to track your debtor, lets you switch which vehicle stays nearest to the debtor's vehicle. This helps to prevent them from noticing that one vehicle is following their car. By using cell phones or two-way radios, both you and your helper can stay in contact and reduce the odds of losing them in traffic. The trick is to stay near enough that you don't lose visual contact with the judgment debtor's car, while keeping far enough away that you won't be seen.

Another cheap way to discover your judgment debtor's place of employment (and maybe also where they bank) may be to ask someone who may know. It might be as easy as asking one of the judgment debtor's neighbors or a friend or family member. Perhaps even better, ask an ex-friend or ex-spouse. They may tell you all kinds of information about them.

When you don't know who your judgment debtor's employer is, but you know what kind of work they do, that could provide some ideas for you. If you know they work as a plumber, call the plumbers listed in the telephone book (or found to be local using a web search) and ask to speak with them. After a few or many attempts, you may hit pay dirt.

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