Assignment Orders Effectuated by Post-Judgment Receiverships

After a judgment is issued, it can be a challenge to enforce that judgment. Too often, losing parties attempt to avoid payment of a civil judgment. A court-appointed receiver is one of the best tools that you have at your disposal when you or someone you represent is owed money on a judgment from an uncooperative party. Receivers can enforce assignment orders to take over certain rights of judgment debtors so that the judgment creditors can get what they are owed.

A Guide to California Post-Judgment Receiverships

A post-judgment receivership is one of the methods a judgment creditor can use to enforce its judgment. The role of a post-judgment receiver is to expedite the process of satisfying the judgment.
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