Non-custodial parents, who have outstanding child support bench warrants in Roswell, and statewide, will be given a one-week amnesty period to make their court-ordered child support payments. The amnesty period will begin Monday, Oct. 31, and ends Friday, Nov. 4.
Gov. Susana Martinez announced Thursday that her administration will be entering the next phase of its Child Support Enforcement Bench Warrant Program by expanding the program statewide. During the amnesty period, individuals can come to the Human Services Department’s Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED) offices, without fear of arrest, to settle their bench warrants and bring themselves into compliance with their court-ordered child support obligations, according to a press release from the governor’s office.
The Roswell CSED office will be receiving payments during the amnesty period, according to Matt Kennicott, communications director for the NMHSD. Kennicott said although the Roswell office serves Chaves and Login to read more