The trial court did not abuse its discretion in adding P as an additional judgment debtor.  The trial court’s early granting of summary judgment to P when she was initially sued in the case didn’t prevent her from later being added to the judgment, since the summary judgment absolved her of indiivdual liability for the wrongs committed, while adding her to the judgment recognized that after entry of the summary judgment, P had become the successor to the remaining defendant’s business and assets.  For the same reasons, the summary judgment and a judgment in a related suit were not res judicata or collateral estoppel barring adding P as a judgment debtor based on events that occurred after those judgments were entered.