After judgment, you may have the debtor ordered into court to answer questions about the debtor's property, income and assets. Begin this procedure by obtaining a Supplemental Order from the clerk, completing it, and returning it to the clerk to be issued. The clerk will set a date for the debtor's appearance. The debtor must be served with the Order by a Sheriff or Constable at least 5 business days in advance. You are responsible for the costs. You must also appear on the designated date to handle the questioning. You may ask the debtor about employment, assets and other funds owned. You may ask names, addresses and telephone numbers of those who owe you money. You should take detailed notes, so that you may later use the information. When you have the information about the defendant's income and assets, you may proceed with the following additional actions.