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Hi I'm new here and am at my wits end on what to do. In 2008, I got a $13,000 personal line of credit from Beneficial. I was paying extra every month for insurance in case I was unable to work due to an injury etc. Well, I broke my leg that year, and asked to have the insurance coverage be put into effect. They denied me because I was self employed. Funny thing is, they knew I was self employed when I got the line of credit. I fought it with a lawyer, and they dropped it. Then, on December of 2011, a judgement was entered against me for $14,996.94. I have not been able to make any payments, plus I feel that they are at fault for charging me insurance when they knew damn well I was self employed. I just received by mail in my mailbox, a new court document. It is a "Challenge To Garnishment", and attached is the writ of garnishment that I never received before, and in that writ it states," A judgement was entered against the Debtor for the debt, or the debt otherwise became subject to garnishment, on January 8, 2011." I never got that set of paperwork either. The new requested amount is $42,242.47 The statute of limitations in the state of Oregon is 6 years. We are at 7 right now. What do I do? I am a single mom, full time student living on financial aid with no savings, nothing. I get $150 a month in child support for two teenage girls. Barely scraping by. What can they garnish? I don't have a job! Please help me, I am still going through a nasty divorce, and really don't need anymore court apperances, they are getting in the way of my education. Thank you!