Office of the Attorney General - Child Support Enforcement Division

Office of the Attorney General - Child Support Enforcement Division

Phone: 1-671-475-3360
Fax: 1-671-477-2159
Types of Services Offered: Counseling Services, Information & Referral, Legal Advocacy & Resources, Medical & Health Services, Education & Training, Support Services, Public Assistance Services
Category: Government Local


I would like to welcome you to access our updated Child Support web site.  The mission of the

Guam Child Support Enforcement Program is to promote the well-being of children by assisting
both parents to meet the financial and medical needs of their children.
Our web site was designed to provide general information about the Child Support
Enforcement Program in Guam.  Our site contains information about the purpose of child
support, how and where to apply for services, the types of services offered, downloadable
forms, and general information about the child support enforcement process.
The site includes an extensive frequently asked questions and glossary of terms.  It provides
access to frequently used forms that can be downloaded and printed to your computer.
We will continue to make improvements to make it more user-friendly.  We welcome your
suggestions on how we can improve the site to better serve you.

~ Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson
   Attorney General of Guam 
Note: Data for this listing was compiled from online sources by UOG social work students enrolled in SW110 Introduction to Community Services on Guam classes (Sections 1 and 2) in the spring semester of 2017.

Updated 08/25/2020

Child Support Services

  • Locating Parents
  • Establishing Paternity
  • Establishing & Enforcing Child & Medical Support Orders
  • Reviewing  & Modifying Support Court Orders
  • Enforcing Guam Support Orders in other States
  • Collecting and Distributing Child & Medical Support Payments
State Disbursement Unit (SDU)
  • Receives and Posts Child Support Collections
  • Disburses Child Support Payments
  • Mails Monthly Billing Statements
Enforcement Tools
Guam law provides strong and decisive tools for securing and enforcing monetary child
support orders
  • Interception of Federal, State, and Local Income Tax Refunds
  • Requires Employers to Report New Hires
  • Suspension of Drivers, Occupational, and Recreational Licenses
  • Passport Denial
  • Secure Contempt of Court Penalties
  • Impose Liens and Levies Upon Real & Personal Property
  • Report Non-Payment of Child Support to Credit Bureaus
  • Automatic wage withholding
The Child Support Program & Employers
  • New Hire Reporting
  • Income Withholding
  • Medical Support
  • State Disbursement Unit (SDU)
  • Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Access & Visitation Program
The Access & Visitation Program supports and facilitates non-custodial parents access to and
visitation with their children to include:
  • Mediation, Both Voluntary and Mandatory
  • Counseling
  • Education
  • Parenting Plan Development
  • Visitation Enforcement, Monitoring, Supervision, Drop-off and Pickup
  • Visitation Arrangement Guideline Development.

Andrew P. Perez

E-Service E-File

590 S. Marine Corps Drive Suite 901 Child Support, Tamuning, GUAM, GUAM

590 S. Marine Corps Drive Suite 901 Child Support, Tamuning, GUAM, GUAM



Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

08:00 AM

05:00 PM

The Office of the Attorney General can assist with Paternity disputes.

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