EDISON - Monday morning marks the beginning of Child Support Amnesty Week.
The week could be an opportunity for New Jersey residents who are behind on child support payments.
The program lets anyone with a warrant strike a deal to make payments and avoid arrest.
If a person chooses amnesty, they can make a payment, set up a reasonable payment plan and have the chance to discharge a warrant or have an order modification.
If a deal can't be made, a person will still be allowed to walk out free and clear. However, they will continue to have a warrant.
The last time New Jersey offered amnesty for child support payments was in 2004.