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This seems like a complicated situation, but I can help you out. Whether you or anyone else has an outstanding judgment against a person, it may not affect your ability to receive anything under the will.. The only reason that anything would be affected is if the person becomes insolvent at some point and no longer has the property that they intended to leave you in the will. Thus, you will not have to close out your judgment at all for any reason because the two issues are separate.
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