But Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg rejected the Goldmans' effort to collect on Simpson's future film and TV work, calling those assets "speculative," E! News said.
The judge on Tuesday didn't rule on the Goldmans' petition to seize the reported $1.1 million advance Simpson was paid by former HarperCollins publisher Judith Regan for their since-abandoned "If I Did It" book and interview project.
The Goldman family has been trying to collect from Simpson the $33.5 million wrongful-death judgment awarded to them and to the family of Nicole Brown Simpson in 1997. Simpson was acquitted of criminal charges in the Goldman and Brown deaths.
Goldman's family said they received little money from Simpson. Last week, attorney David J. Cook filed subpoenas against the Screen Actors Guild, the Producers Guild of America and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists for their records on money paid to Simpson for his roles in movies, television shows, commercials, and cameos and guest spots.
Another hearing is scheduled for March 13.