I am another expert here at Just Answer. Regarding the specific questions that you asked:
1. Orange County Superior Court has a pilot program ongoing since Jan 2013 where efiling is mandatory for all limited, unlimited and complex civil cases. If you have difficulties with this you should contact the court facilitator's office and they can walk you through it.
2. That is correct -- you should request a writ of execution on the debtor's bank accounts and if you have bank information and account information you should provide it.
3. Because the judgment has been domesticated it is unclear whether the affidavit is needed. You should err on the side of caution and prepare and file an affidavit and a copy of the domesticated judgment with your request for execution. The affidavit should be brief -- state the name and state of the original case and date of judgment, the amount owed, the date of domestication in CA (and reference the copy attached to the affidavit), and briefly state your attempts to collect the debt (you have contacted them by telephone, letter, etc - with dates of this if you can provide some) and you should end the affidavit with a statement that says due to the defendant's failure to pay any monies towards satisfying the judgment, you request that the court issue a writ of execution on the defendant's bank accounts (if you have bank name and accounts that will help the court significantly). You may want to contact the court facilitator to have the facilitator look over your paperwork before filing it (in CA, the civil courts employ a facilitator to assist citizens who bring pro se actions in court without an attorney -- if you call the clerk's office of the Orange County Superior Court they can give you contact information for the facilitator for that court -- these people work hard to assist the public and are an invaluable resource for people without attorneys).
Please let me know if you have any further questions.
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