The Supreme Court docket of the SC makes arrests for non-payment of alimony and alimony for 30 days a coronavirus

COLUMBIA, SC (FOX Carolina) The South Carolina Supreme Court is temporarily suspending enforcement of bank orders related to non-payment of child support and child support for 30 days.

In an order signed by Chief Justice Donald W. Beatty on Friday, the Supreme Court said it recognized the need to make temporary changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes mean that bank warrants that have not been executed will not be removed due to non-payment and those affected by these warrants will not be arrested for the time being.

The order is effective as of Friday April 10th and will remain in effect until changed or canceled.

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