Forms: After Your Case
You’ve won your case but can’t collect. Use this form to make the debtor appear in court and disclose his assets.
Have collection costs added to your judgment.
A Plaintiff cannot appeal if you lose on your Plaintiff’s Claim. However, if the Defendant countersued you and you lose on the Defendant’s Claim, you can appeal.
If you are the Defendant and lost because you didn’t appear in court, use this form to ask the court to set aside the judgment.
If the clerk made a clerical mistake on your judgment or the court applied the wrong law to your case, use this form to ask the court to correct or cancel the judgment.
Use this form to have the Sheriff’s Department collect from the Judgment Debtor’s bank account or garnish their wages.
Use this form to request the court to do something concerning your case. This form can be used before trial or after a judgment has been entered.