The notice of execution after judgement was the first piece of information that my boyfriend received regarding an old debt. It was sent to his parent's PO Box. He believes the debt was nearly 6 years old and the creditor (the debt was sold off to another company) apparently made no attempt to contact him regarding the debt. The judgement was filed in Jan of '08 and the notice was sent mid March. Had he been properly notified by both the creditor and (I guess) the courts, he may not be in the predicament he is in currently. The debt has since tripled from being written off. Is there something he should do before his wages begin to be garnished? He may be able to get some assistance in paying off the debt but before he does that, was his debt collection handled properly? This occurred in NV.