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Good morning. I certainly understand your concern. It is very possible that once he attempts to return, he will be arrested, taken into custody and then either me held or be able to bond out, if a bail is set. However, your son could avoid this but the warrant would need to be lifted, prior to him returning. To do this, an attorney would need to be retained and they would have to advise the court and file a motion, that his failure to appear was not deliberate but as a result of her filing for support when she knew he was out of the country and would not be able to appear. Moreover, he did not know about the hearing prior to leaving and that he looks to resolve this matter and asks that the Judge set a new court date, when he can appear. Doing this would allow him to return without being arrested.
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The lawyer are working on the motion for appeal some reason my current attorney is more interested in going to appeal than trying to settle this case with my ex attorney. I need to come in to country... Is there any other way to come in maybe through canada so I can retain another attorney myself or get another attorney to file for settlement with my ex and motion to court to settle and informed them it was not deliberate? It is so hard coordinating all this from outside it's my problem now
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