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an ex employee stole cash from my office if i sue and win civil suit

1 Answers. Asked on Nov 06th, 2012 on Civil Litigation - Kansas
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will winning a civil suit give me access to his storage unit where i think he has stored the cash, i know i can freeze his bank account what about other family members of his if i find he has put cash into their accounts to avoid the freeze on his personal account can i go after that cash
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Answered on Nov 06th, 2012 at 5:34 PM

A money judgment does not give you the right to possess or freeze any particular personal property of the judgment debtor, nor does it give you the right to attach any assets of third parties unless you can prove that they are the product or proceeds of the theft.

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