Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
Thank you for supplying this information. I see what's going on now. A judgment lasts for 10 years. At the end of the 10 year period, the judgment creditor
(the Plaintiff in this case) has to get the judgment renewed. That is what is going on here.
There is not much that you can do about this situation as the Plaintiff is entitled to renew the judgment. What you can do is make sure that the numbers asserted are correct.
Is the Plaintiff accurately reporting to the court the payments that you have made on the judgment?
Is the Plaintiff accurately reporting to the court the amount of interest that has accumulated on the judgment?
These are the issues you need to look at.
It also appears that the Plaintiff is requesting joint and several liability against you and someone else (I'm assuming your wife). Was your wife liable on the first judgment? If not, then you need to show up to the hearing with your wife and tell the judge that there is no basis for joint liability against your wife (the Plaintiff has to prove that it is entitled to this).
Second, the Plaintiff is requesting that the filing fee, attorneys fees, and process server fees be added to the judgment. You need to show up and say that the Plaintiff is not entitled to add these costs to the judgment when it had done nothing to collect on the judgment.
That being said, can you explain the reason you have not paid the judgment off already?