Must I attend my monthly contempt review hearings?

Yes, you must attend your monthly contempt review hearings. If you fail to appear or fail to pay, the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office may request that the court issue a bench warrant. If you have complied with all the terms of your previous review hearing, such as making an on-time payment or work search requirements, you may contact the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to determine if they will agree to excusing your absence at the monthly review hearing. If you cannot attend your hearing and are not excused, please contact the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office prior to 12:00pm on your court date to explain the reasons for your absence. The Prosecuting Attorney’s Office will make efforts to relay this information to the court; however, the court may still issue a bench warrant in limited cases.

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1. Where is the closest DCS office?
2. When will I receive a check?
3. I have a warrant. Now what? How do I quash my warrant?
4. Must I attend my monthly contempt review hearings?
5. What is a Contempt Payment Agreement with the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office?
6. My License is suspended, how can I get it back?
7. As the parent receiving child support, am I required to appear for hearings?
8. What is a Conference Board review?