Thank you very much to both of you!
The judgment did not put any restrictions on me on spending my money. Later, if the creditor convince the court that I am spending my money like anything, can the court enter another order restricting (or imposing any conditions on) me on spending my money in the future (or order me to document my future spending)?
Thank you Sir. No, at any time during proceedings, I was not required to declare my assets. Furthermore, neither the court nor the plaintiff asked me about my financial details any time until now.
No sir, it is circuit court. Monetary damages in excess of $100,000 were requested and were awarded to plaintiff. I could not afford an attorney and lost the case.
Thank you sir. I still cannot afford an attorney and probably for ever (the plaintiff knew my financial weakness and filed lawsuit on me), and I have no assets except some salary from which I have few thousand dollars in bank (and I wish to spend them as requested earlier, and this forum people are so nice and provided me guidance). In short, I will never (and cannot) satisfy that judgment in my life.
Many attorneys will give free or low cost consultations. Also if there are any law schools in your area you can often get legal advice through their legal clinic (third year students working under supervision). Just because there is no law preventing you from spending your money as you wish does not mean that the plaintiff will not come after you. It would be far, far better to have the advice of a local attorney to whom you can tell all the facts, than to accept the judgement of nameless people on the internet who only know a portion of the story.