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I have a judgement against a former employer.he has passes

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I have a judgement against a former employer.he has passes away recently and never paid me the money owed sinse 2004. how can I file a lein against his estate?
In New Jersey, a judgment has a 14 year statute of limitation. Thus, your judgment is still enforceable. You can file a proof of claim against the person's estate. You should check to see if his estate has been opened with the probate court of the county of his residence. If so, you can file a proof of claim for the judgment amount.
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