Thank you for responding and providing additional information.
If you owe the money, you will be forced to pay, including any and all interest which has accrued daily....thus, the court will render judgment against you. If you have documentation that proves that you paid in full, then the case should be dropped...
If judgment is filed against you, this will go against your credit, and the creditor can secure a wage garnishment against you (should you be employed), and/or they can secure a bank levy (should you have a bank account)..and take your monies and/or they can place a lien on your property ...should you own any such assets.
If you are able to make payment arrangements, you should do so to hold them off from securing the wage garnishment, etc..
If you are disabled, and/or if you are receiving any government/county financial assistance, they cannot secure any monies from you at present....however, judgments are good indefinitely, until paid in full - as long as it's renewed within a certain period of time - each state has their own time limit for same - which is in years.
If you have any further questions, please let me know.
Peace, Love & Happiness,
The Mystic Wave