From our experience at Rosenthal & Goldhaber, we find that potential clients often ask questions similar to the following when they’re thinking about the best possible approach for commercial collections or judgment enforcement.
We hope the answers below are helpful starting points — but to discuss relevant details for your unique circumstances, please contact us and we’ll have a conversation to discuss next steps.
Technically, the only document required would be the judgment itself. However, to maximize the likelihood of locating and seizing assets, it would be helpful to have the current address and banking information of the debtor. If the debtor is an individual, it would also be helpful to have information regarding the social security number, date of birth, current employer, or any other personal financial information you may have regarding the judgment debtor.