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That's very frustrating and unfortunately there is no quick fix to get your money back in a matter of hours and days. You need to file an objection to the levy in the Florida court where it is happening.
But first, you need to get a copy of the Complaint, Affidavit of Service, and Judgment from the NJ Superior Court to see who was sued and who was served. That becomes the basis for your fighting the levy in Florida. With that information, your fastest way out may be proving to the firm (using the info from the NJ case) that it is not you and asking them to immediately release the levy. If they do not, and you have to do it through the courts, you can seek attorney's fees and damages against them.
I am happy to help further if you get those docs from NJ. Or any other questions.
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