You should discuss this with your attorney. Only the attorney familiar with your case can give you complete advice.
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The answer to your first question has already been answered by the court when it ordered him to produce the records within 30 days. As for contempt and jail, it is very possible he could be incarcerated, but his incarceration will not stop his support obligation. Incarceration may depend on the court to which your case has been assigned. But I'm sure your attorney answered these questions for you already.
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