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You will need to file a claim either in small claims or the local court . A hearing will be held and you will receive a money judgment. After you get a judgment you can begin the process of garnishment of wages, bank accounts, and levying against personal property.
You can only ask for what is due. In some cases you can ask for interest from the time of the obligation e.g. 6%, and you may be able to get court costs. Tniese must be requested at the hearing to get your money.
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If the claim is for less than $30,000 you can file in the district court. You will nned to file a complaint for money damages. The complaint will nbeed to be served on the other party.
If the other party answers a hearing wil be held, and y judgement will be rendered. If the other party does not respond, you need to file a motion for default judgment.
In either case you will get a judgment and be able to start the collection process.
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In some courts the clerk will handle serving the other party. Tis means delivering a copy of your complaint to the other party along with a court date (summons). In some courts, it is the responsibility o the complainant to have a process server deliver the complaint and summons. Ask the clerk when you file the complaint. Make sure you bring extra copies of the complaint.