Child-support warrants going statewide

October 27th, 2011 at 2:36 pm by under Latest Posts

A three-county pilot program that posts child-support bench warrants online and gives delinquents a week of amnesty to take care of them is going statewide.

The office of Gov. Susana Martinez announced today the program has been successful in Bernalillo, Sandoval and Valencia counties and is now being expanded.

The next amnesty period when people named in bench warrants can make payments and other arrangements toward child-support obligations without fear of arrest will be Oct. 31 through Nov. 4, according to a statement from the governor’s office.

After the amnesty period expires, the warrants will be turned over to law enforcement agencies, the statement said.

For the latest list of alleged payment delinquents compiled by the state Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED), please click here. (PDF document download from

Additional information, warrant updates and lists of CSED offices are posted on the CSED Bench Warrant Program website.


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2 Responses to “Child-support warrants going statewide”

  1. Mary says:

    What do I have to do to get my ex husband on this list?

  2. Houston says:

    Is this list only of non-custodial parents where the custodial parents received aid through the state? If so seems a bit unfair my grandson’s mother needs to pay her back child support, he’s 10 and she owes over 8 years worth of payments.

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