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Answered 2 days ago by Patrick Johnson
That depends. It can be anywhere from 3-10 years depending on the type of debt to be collected.
Answered 1 week ago by Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
To what end? You will need to report this to SS or law enforcement and see what they can do. Otherwise, you will need to hire a lawyer and establish a guardianship.
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