You need a plan of attack for the Judgments. In most cases the lender will not approve payment of them out of their proceeds. Either the buyer or seller will have to settle with them @ closing.
In my experience with judgment liens on the property, I have had to contact the lienholder (usually a law firm) and work out a settlement for less than the amount of the judgment. If the seller does not have any money to contribute, I've had to contribute as much as $1000 to the transaction in order to earn my commission worth nearly 10 times that amount. So, in the long run, it was worth it. However, in your case, with the property valued at only $125000 it may not be worth giving up that much of your commission if the seller cannot contribute any funds. Most first lienholders will not pay anything toward personal debt.