I advise you to not try handling this matter on your own. You should hire a Family Law attorney to address the issue. You've caused yourself significant issues by handling this issue pro se, and indirect criminal contempt is a very serious matter. You can be arrested as soon as you step foot in court, and if you've aggravated the judge by failing to follow his order to pay, this could be a very likely outcome.
Sounds like you're in way over your head, sir. Asking lawyers on this site whether the title of your motion makes sense makes no sense to me because the title of your motion has nothing whatever to do with what remedies you actually do have. Retain lawyer or pay consequences, which is very frequent refrain to questions like this one.
I would suggest you consult with an retain an attorney. It would also be wise if you would pay the purge amount immediately. However if you go to the courthouse to make a payment you risk being taken into custody. If there is any further assistance I can offer please contact me. I wish you the best of luck.
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You are better off paying the purge and satisfying the warrant with the sheriff. If you file a motion it will be weeks before you get any type of hearing. Filing a motion does NOT call off the warrant.
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