Assignment orders are one method of reaching monies which are owed to the judgment debtor by third parties.
Below are two assignment orders, the first order is a general assignment of all rights to payment owed to the judgment debtor. This order can be sent to third parties along with a “Pay me, not them letter”. An additional advantage to assignment orders is that they can be sent to third parties without the need of being formally served by a process server or sheriff. These orders can be sent out by mail, fax, or even email, meaning that there are much less cost prohibitive. The second order specifically reaches funds held by factors.
The successful use of an assignment order can often lead to settlement.