From the comparative study on five European countries' civil enforcement models, this paper finds that the model of allocation of civil enforcement power has various influences on the operation of civil enforcement system and the solution of the problem of“civil enforcement difficulty”. Except Sweden, the model of separation of power inside and outside court dominates the other four countries. Meanwhile, the enforcement officer of all the five countries is divided into two types： one is public officer and the other is professional officer who exercises his power of private law but also enjoys public authority status. According to the conclusion of this paper, the author proposes that Chinese court should take more measures to fulfill the political promise solving the problem of“civil enforcement difficulty”mainly in next two to three years. In addition to enhancing the infrastructure construction of state identification and civil enforcement informatization, China should also employ some kind of separation model of civil enforcement power. The specific design is not set yet. However, the author believes that all the roads are towards market.