Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Business
litigation attorney. Thanks for your question.
If your company is dissolved, has no assets or property, then the creditor obtaining a judgment against the company would likely be of little consequence - - because the debt would be virtually uncollectible.
You do need to make sure that you didn't sign a personal guarantee that would make you personally liable for the debt (if you or someone else did sign a personal guarantee, then those individuals would have been sued as well).
If you're not personally liable and if the company has no assets, then it's not going to be a huge thing for the company to be sued or for a judgment to be obtained.
Also, ONLY an attorney can file an answer to the complaint filed because a non-attorney CANNOT file an answer for the company - - as that would be considered unlawfully practicing law. Thus, you could not file an answer; a lawyer would have to do this.
But, before ignoring the complaint and allowing a default from being obtained against you, you should consult with an attorney in your area to review the corporate documents and the complaint to make sure that there's no individual exposure.