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What Do I Do If The Judgment Debtor Has No Assets?

If you have located the judgment debtor, and the judgment debtor appears to have no assets; it's usually best to be patient, and see if the judgment debtor develops assets or becomes employed at a later date. This is why Ohio makes judgments good for ten years.

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