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If the judgment was only against you, and not the S Corp, then the funds of the S corp can't be seized (at least not initially). Any wages, or stockholder dividends, paid to you can be garnished, but only at the time of payment. If you are not drawing a wage or dividend, the S Corp's accounts cannot be touched unless the judgment is against the S Corp.
Now it's possible that the creditor could try to go after the funds of the S Corp under an "alter ego" theory, alleging that you and the company are essentially the same. But assuming that you've kept good records, books, kept funds separate, etc... then this would be almost impossible to succeed.
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