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You need to go to Court and file Motion to Vacate the Judgment and the Writ. You can obtain blank Motion forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office.
Kindly note that your SSDI benefit is 100% exempt from execution. So, if your bank account has funds from SSDI, the account cannot be seized. If the account is seized, you need to go to Court and file Motion for the levy to be released and for any funds garnished from the account to be returned to you immediately because the account contains Social Security payments.