Q: How do I go about getting a judge to sign off on excess proceeds from property sale treasury has on hold I have a judgme
It's owed to me I have a judgment paperwork and everything it's just not in my name why I need judge to sign off so the treasury will release it to me
A: The judgment not being in your name makes no sense with you wanting to collect on it. The Judgment Creditor needs to collect his own Judgment. If the latter died, then possibly Probate is in order. In any event you are going to need a competent attorney to get that money.
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