Guam Child Support Enforcement Program
“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.” — Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson, Attorney General of Guam
Guam child support is a program administered by the Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation to help provide financial assistance to families with children. The Guam Child Support Enforcement Program can help with a number of expenses including, but not limited to: medical bills, daycare costs, and educational expenses.
The Guam Child Support Enforcement Program is designed to help custodial parents receive the child support payments they are owed. The program can help locate non-custodial parents, establish paternity, and set up child support orders. The Guam child support program also enforces child support orders and collects payments from non-custodial parents.
If you are a non-custodial parent living in Guam, you may be required to pay child support. Child support payments are based on your income and the number of children you have. You will be responsible for making regular payments until your child turns 18 years old or graduates from high school, whichever comes later. If you have more than one child, you will need to pay child support for each child.
If you are a custodial parent, you may be eligible to receive child support payments from the non-custodial parent. If you are receiving public assistance, the Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation will automatically enroll you in the Guam child support program.