My question involves judgment recovery in the State of: VA
I signed a lease agreement with the husband of a married couple. When I moved out, they didn't give me the security deposit. I sued the husband and became the judgement creditor. The husband says that he lost his job, has been separated from his wife since 2005 but had been living together, but now was kicked out of the house by the wife recently. From the sales record of the house, I found that he sold the house (the basement of which I had rented) to his wife in 2006 and the wife sold it to someone else in 2007, but she is still a co-owner of the house.
The house has two basement rental units and these are the surest source of my collecting the judgement amount. I also know where the wife works and her full name, but her salary is not good. Can I garnish the rental income from the basement rental units or the wife's salary? Or should I have to sue the wife or the other house owner?
I appreciate help.