Good morning. Unless the corporation does business in CA or otherwise has the necessary minimum contacts with the State of CA, you will have to file your suit against the corporation in Texas. Once you file your suit...and you can have a Texas lawyer file this on your behalf without coming to Texas if the claim is over $10,000, and file it on your own in small claims without a lawyer online if the claim is $10,000 or less.... and get the judgment awarded in your favor, you can then have the sheriff serve a summons on them for a debtor examination. That forces them to meet you in court and answer questions under oath about their assets. After you obtain that information you have the power to attach bank accounts, and/or have the sheriff seize other property to satisfy the debt.
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