Hi, this is Heather. I'm a different attorney. I see that you stated you are being charged with contempt, and you can purge yourself of the contempt if you vacate the property by September 15. Then you stated that you want to know if you can save your property and you discuss what you've paid to the law firm, and that you owe the HOA $12,000 plus an additional $20,000.
Unfortunately, if the HOA has a judgment for $32,000, then you will most definitely have to pay that, at a minimum, in order to save the property. However, it may be that that won't be enough, depending on where your case is. If you are being ordered out of the property, it is likely that your rights to the property have been affected through the court's orders, and so at this point, you may be liable to both pay the money and vacate. Sometimes, however, if you approach the other party, the HOA in this instance, and ask what will they accept in order to restore the property to you, they may be willing to work out a deal.
Does that make sense?