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Due to the changing nature of the law, the forms and information found on this web site will change from time to time. It is up to you to follow the current procedures and to file the correct, up-to-date forms. Each court location has a Clerk's Office and many locations also have a Court Service Center that can give you help and information about court procedures. Please note, however, that Clerk's Office and Court Service Center personnel cannot provide you with legal advice.
InstructionsThese instructions are to help you represent yourself in collecting on a civil judgment. Legal words and court documents can be confusing. If a judgment has been entered for you and the party that owes you money has not paid, you may seek to collect on your judgment. Some information about filling out forms in connection with the collection of a judgment may make you more comfortable with the procedures when you come to court. These instructions will give you some useful information and instructions on filling out any necessary forms.
Some forms that you may need to collect on a Civil Judgment include: