Thank you for your question.
This kind of case is perfect for small claims court in Texas. First of all, you can tack your court costs onto the amount you are requesting in the judgment. Texas allows you to seek up to $10,000.00 in small claims court. Generally, a corporation will pay small claims judgments immediately, so collection really is not an issue.
However, assuming you needed to collect, the easiest thing to do is after the court has issued the judgment, you fill out a form for a writ of attachment
listing the corporation's nearest office. The writ of attachment (once signed by the court) orders the sheriff to go to the office and seize office equipment in an amount that he figures will be adequate to satisfy the debt owed to you. Then the sheriff holds an auction and you get the proceeds.
Another way to collect is after the judgment is issued, you ask the court for Post Judgment Discovery and send the company a request for their bank account information. After you receive this information, you fill out a form with the court for a Writ of Garnishment
. This orders the sheriff to go and seize funds out of the company's bank account to satisfy the judgment.
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