This is attorney Bill offering assistance to your legal question today.
A child support order is separate from that of a visitation order. When your ex disobeyed the court order you needed to bring a motion before the court for civil contempt and enforcement including sanctions on your ex for willfully disobeying the visitation order.
Unfortunately the child support order in law is separate to that of the visitation and custody order and the warrant that exists needs to be answered.
You need to contact the clerk's office that issued the warrant to have it challenged; you can bring an attorney and arrange with the clerk an interview time as you may be detained or given a court appearance date.
If your ex was to drop the demand on arrears you might be able to have the charges dropped.
Otherwise child support remains due even upon eventual death.
We are here to help.
Here are a number of pro bono services to contact to assist you before answering the warrant.
They might be able to negotiate a deal on the arrears on your behalf and represent you.
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