-Could you explain your situation a little more?Have you been contacted by the court or the state with respect to the warrant or is this just what she is telling you?
Is she receiving state aid and the state receiving the support?
Is all of this in Colorado?
Are you required to have your support taken out of your pay or do you pay directly?
If you pay directly who do you pay the money to?
Dear JACUSTOMER - You need to verify if there is a warrant form the court so you don't get arrested which would obviously be a problem with your work. If there is no warrant then you need to make certain that the payments resume asap to avoid a problem. If thee is a warrant you need to make arrangements to appear in court and resolve the situation. Since you are employed and can resume making some payments the court is not likely to put you in jail just to start the process all over again. Obviously I cannot guarantee the outcome of any court case so I have no way to assure you that you will not be put in jail but I do know that the odds are far greater that you will go to jail if you allow the police to pick you up on a warrant than if you appear on your own and resolve the problem.
So the first thing you need to do is find out if a warrant exists and then proceed accordingly. The warrant would have to be in CO in order to have jurisdiction.
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