I will be a few days late. What will happen
Hopefully nothing, but you need to make those payments on time as scheduled. It can just end up costing you more money in the long run.
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Unless you are willfully not paying, a Judge cannot put you in jail for nonpayment. They can, however, put you in jail for not showing up to your pay review date. Just show up to Court and explain that you are trying your best to make the payments on time. Bring some money with you, if possible. The fact that you showed up and that you have made some payments should be enough to demonstrate you have put in a good faith effort to pay what you owe.
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