1. You may pursue a Texas debtor by filing a lawsuit in the county where the debtor has its principal place of business. After obtaining a judgment against the debtor, a creditor can then execute its judgment by pursuing assets of the debtor.
2. You may also have the right to sue a debtor in your home state. Once a judgment is obtained, the home state judgment can be domesticated to Texas. Once the judgment is properly domesticated, recorded and docketed in Texas, a creditor can then execute its judgment by pursuing the assets of the debtor.