Site | Contact Us
Forms & Publications
 
1508 KB PDF Document
35 KB PDF Document
80K PDF Document
72K PDF Document
29K PDF Document
88K PDF Document
69K PDF Document
74K PDF Document
81K PDF Document
24K PDF Document
 
National Medical Support Form
220K PDF Document
222K PDF Document

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Quick Links
box 2 bottom
Welcome to the Guam Child Support Enforcement Division's Website
ag

I would like to welcome you to the 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.

This 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.

-Leonardo M. Rapadas
AG                

“The Office of the Attorney General does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age in the delivery of services (inclusive of educational programs or activities) to program participants and beneficiaries, employees, applicants and others.”

News & Events
Quick Answers

Request for Proposals
OAG-RFP-2014-002_M&O

For Maintenance and Operation of the Child Support Customer System “APASI”.

OAG-RFP-2014-001

For Project Planning Services for the purpose of analyzing, developing and writing planning documents to upgrade the child support enforcement division's Absent Parent Automated System Information (APASI).

PAPD FINAL Version

Response to OAG-RFP-2014-001 RFP Questions

***************************

F.A.S.T - DIRECT DEPOSIT PROGRAM

The Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED) is pleased to inform the community and the thousands of children and families who receive financial support that the Office will soon launch its new F.A.S.T (Faster Access and Safer Transaction) Program. The program is designed to make it quicker and safer for custodial parents – especially those who receive paper checks each month – to receive child support payments through direct deposit. Under the F.A.S.T Program, custodial parents can sign up for the direct deposit of child support to any new or existing account at any financial institution of their choice.

***************************

UNCLAIMED Child Support Payments or Refunds

The Child Support Enforcement Division is in the process of releasing monies in undistributed collections. These are monies that have remained unclaimed due to past or invalid mailing address.

Whether you are a custodial parent or non-custodial parent, please update your mailing address and contact information by submitting the change of address form to:

Office of the Attorney General
Child Support Enforcement Division,
State Disbursement Unit (SDU)
590 South Marine Corps Drive,
Suite 704, ITC Building,
Tamuning, Guam 96913

or by calling the State Disbursement Unit at (671) 475-3360 exts 1110, 1125, 1115, 1970, 1135, 1120, 1145 or 1140.

**************************

Project Kidcare Outreach

The Child Support Enforcement Division of the Office of the Attorney General participated in the HitRadio 100 Project KidCare outreach event at the Agana Shopping Center on June 26.

Outreach Pictures:

PIC-1 PIC-2 PIC-3
PIC-4 PIC-5 PIC-6
PIC-7 PIC-8 PIC-9
PIC-10 PIC-11 PIC-12
PIC-13    

 

 

 


Love Your Kids

  • Who can get help from the Child Support Enforcement Division?

Any parent needing help in establishing a support obligation or collecting child support payments can apply for services. more

  • Are there laws that allow criminal prosecution of parents who owe overdue child support?

Yes, Guam and the Federal government both have such criminal laws, but most cases of non-support that our office handles do not fit the required criteria which would allow a referral to the Guam Attorney General's Prosecution Division or to the Guam Office of the United States Attorney. more