The unpaid amount of the judgment remains. The wages will no longer be a source of payment for the creditor and the pension is exempt. They can try to find personal assets. The judgment is a lien against all real property you own. They can go after that but may not be able to if you own with another as joint with survivorship. If you win the lottery they can attach that.
You can propose that. If they agree, get it in writing and get their promise that ....."....they will NOT make any attempts to satisfy the judgment from any assets of yours and that they waive all rights in law and equity to do so as long as you make the payments you have promised in a timely way as provided for in this agreement."
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