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Hi and welcome to JA. Here are the steps and forms to domesticate the foreign judgment.
You can subpoena the records back in NY here..
If the debtor doesn't appear they issue a pick up warrant and they may pick him up out of state and bring him back to NY for the exam.
You need to file debtor exam in NY. Domesticating this is Colorado is an administrative clerical function.You need not appear and the courts are not involved so no subpoena here in Colorado but rather in court where you got judgment.And you domesticate it so that once you have the account information you could then file a levy/garnishment action in Colorado.
step by step.
Yes you serve it on bank here..
Here is the writ form you need signed..
Step by step..
You might want to consider a debt collector here, it is contingent fee given the distance.
District court is a higher amount here, if it is over $10k probably district court.You need to know--it will be stated on the judgment.
The County Court also has limited jurisdiction in civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000. In addition, the County Court acts as an intermediate appellate court, hearing appeals from the City Courts and the Town and Village Courts.
They have civil jurisdiction over claims up to $15,000 and small claims matters not in excess of $5,000. If you sued in small claims it was District.