Call the attorney/party on the other side and ask them to withdraw the garnishment.. they have no right to a garnishment if the judgment was set aside. Tell them if you bring it up to the court you will as for damages.. they should withdraw it voluntarily.
Plus you have a right to file an objection/motion to quash the garnishment
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It is a little difficult to follow the facts presented. However, the remedy you are looking forward is a Motion to Quash. In addition, you should consider speaking to an attorney immediately given the fact that the matter is set for trial.
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Although the facts are not very clear, it appears that the creditor filed a Motion with the court to obtain an order to garnish your wages after obtaining a judgement against you.If the judgement is what was set aside, then you will need to file a Motion to Squash Order of Garnishment based on the fact that it was set aside.