A child support purge bond is an amount of money that a delinquent parent must
pay in order to avoid a contempt of support order, which can result in jail time.
My ex husband was arrested Friday for willful contempt (I believe criminal) in
nonpayment of child support. The arrears totalled almost 24k & in ...
The court must decide how much money the contemnor can reasonably pay
toward his or her child support arrearage. Frequently, the court will set a purge ...
Jun 18, 2012 ... Research shows that most unpaid child support arrears are owed by ...
proceedings that result in one-time purge payments or incarceration is ...
May 31, 2012 ... The certified question is whether a purge hearing to impose a suspended ...
certain purge conditions requiring a monthly amount toward his arrearage and an
... So a parent truly unable to pay child support cannot be jailed.
Mar 11, 2016 ... Unpaid child support, called an “arrearage” or “back child support,” ... child
support arrearage and the amount the obligor must pay to purge him ...
The courts have been given great authority to enforce child support orders.
Worse yet, it ... If you are found in contempt the Judge will order a purge. A purge
In addition to jail time, the father was ordered to pay back the support arrears and
... that support payment, whether it is child support or spousal support (alimony),
... present ability to “purge” the contempt by immediately paying what is owed.
The parent who made one late child support payment (or the ex-spouse who
wrote one accidental ... The purge payment is a portion of the support arrears
Allegedly I was not making my child support arrears payments when the Judge ...
My family had to come up with a "Purge" amount of $2,500.00 ...