USE AN ASSIGNMENT ORDER TO COLLECT THE MONEY YOU ARE OWED

Collecting a debt can be a challenge — especially against a debtor who is self-employed. When debtors are self-employed, more common forms of judgment enforcement, such as wage garnishments, may not work. Instead, more creative forms of debt collection are necessary.

At the Law Office of Bryan M. Grundon, we investigate every possible source of income. If your debtor is owed money, attorney Grundon will find out, and then use an assignment order to redirect those payments to you.

Located in San Diego, our firm helps businesses and individuals throughout Southern California enforce judgments and collect the debts they are owed. We can help you. Call our office at 858-705-0346 for a consultation.

What Is An Assignment Order?

An assignment order is a debt collection tool that allows you to redirect any payments your debtor is receiving to you. Common examples include:

  • Rents and commissions from real estate
  • Royalties, dividends and residuals
  • Bonuses
  • Tax refunds
  • Any payments made for work performed as an independent contractor

The order places a lien on these payments. When they come due, the payer must pay you — the creditor — instead of the debtor. If the payer does not redirect payments to you, it too becomes liable for failure to pay the funds.

Every Day You Wait Is Another Day Without Payment. Stop Waiting. Call 858-705-0346.

Hiring a skilled collections lawyer is the most efficient way to collect debt. Get the money you are owed. Contact our firm today to get started.

This law firm is a debt collector. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose.