I see. Thank you for clarifying that, Jennifer.
It sounds as though you could have had the judgment set aside years ago since the creditor file suit past the statute of limitations, but since that was not done, it would be too late to pursue such a motion at this point unfortunately.
Your remaining options would include doing nothing since you have no wages to garnish and may not have enough assets to satisfy the judgment either once you claim your exempt assets.
Here is a link which summarizes which assets are exempt from attachment (including $2,300 in vehicles):
Or, you could file for bankruptcy protection, seeking to discharge the debt altogether and the creditor would be forced to stop contacting you or attempting to collect on the judgment.
Bankruptcy is often a better option under these circumstances since it provides relief from the debt and other unsecured debts typically whereas if you do nothing and do become employed again, the garnishments could continue.
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