Thank you for submitting your question. The original lawyer you requested was not available, so I've picked up your question to answer.
What is about to happen is that the sheriff is going to come to your house and seize any personal property (including your car) you have which is not exempt. The sheriff will then take this and auction it to pay down the judgment against you. If this does not satisfy the judgment, then if you own a house, the sheriff will place a lien on your house. If the house is not your homestead (i.e., if this is not your only house), then the sheriff will sell the house.
The following personal property is exempt from being seized:
(1) All family pictures;
(2) A pew or other sitting in any house of worship;
(3) A lot or lots in any burial ground;
(4) The family Bible and all schoolbooks used by the family, and all other books used as a part of the family library, not exceeding in value two hundred dollars;
(5) All wearing apparel and clothing of the debtor and his family;
(6) The provisions for the debtor and his family necessary for one year's supply, either provided or growing, or both, and fuel necessary for one year;
(7) All property in this state of the judgment debtor
if the judgment is in favor of any state for failure to pay that state's income tax on benefits received from a pension or other retirement plan while the judgment debtor was a resident of this state;
(8) Any health aids professionally prescribed to the debtor or to a dependant of the debtor.
You may then select other personal property you have up to be exempt up to a value of $5,000.00. This is where people usually place their car. Do you know how much your car is worth?
In regard to your boyfriend's property, he needs to go through and separate it out and put it into a room by itself or move it out of the house until the sheriff comes to make the seizure.