Online Divorce
in Guam

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full divorce packet
for the best price


Do you qualify?

Do you know the location of your spouse?

Can you and your spouse agree to the division of property, assets and all child related issues?


How It Works


Fill out an online questionnaire.


Print out the forms and sign them.


File your paperwork with the court.

How to File for Divorce in Guam

A do-it-yourself divorce has become fairly popular in recent years among couples who want to end their marriage without draining their finances. Filing for divorce without a lawyer in Guam is indeed not that hard if you get help with your paperwork and understand which steps you need to take to finalize the process:

  • Make sure that your marriage dissolution is uncontested. Discuss asset division and child-related matters with your spouse and ensure you are on the same page about them.
  • Check if you or your ex meet the residency requirements. To get a divorce in Guam, you need to live there for at least 7 days.
  • Collect and fill out all the forms needed for your case. You can find and complete the paperwork yourself or get it online.
  • Get your spouse’s consent. Mail them the papers along with the consent form that they would need to sign in front of a notary and get back to you.
  • File your paperwork with the Supreme Court of Guam. Pay the filing fee and check when the court will set the hearing date.
  • Wait until your hearing is scheduled and visit the court. If your spouse doesn’t want to visit, they can waive the appearance beforehand by filing the respective form.

Divorce Forms in Guam

To file for uncontested divorce,
you will have to complete

15 forms

on average

To get an uncontested divorce, you need to find forms specific to this type of marriage dissolution. Documents needed to file for divorce will vary depending on whether you choose to waive the notice of hearing, and a few other case-specific factors. The following printable divorce forms are the ones that will most likely be required by your local court:

  • Cover Sheet
  • Complaint for Divorce
  • Appearance and Waiver of Notice
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Interlocutory Judgment of Divorce
  • Final Decree of Divorce

What Will You Get

Full package of forms. Our system will automatically determine which papers are required for your case based on your answers to the questionnaire.

Flat fee. We have a fixed price of $139 for all our clients. Even if you and your spouse have kids, you will get all the forms for the same price.

Fast and easy service. Our questionnaire takes just 20-30 minutes to fill out, and your forms will be ready in only 5 days.

24/7 support. We are always here for our clients and will be happy to help you with any questions.

Unlimited revisions. If you realized that some amendments to your documents are needed, feel free to get back to us whenever you need.

Court approval guarantee. We use only up-to-date legal forms and send you those specific to your case, so you will not have any issues during the filing process.

Legal Grounds for Divorce in Guam

Guam laws require the spouses to have legal grounds in order to end their marriage. In Guam, you can have either a no-fault or a fault divorce. The grounds for a fault-based divorce are the following:

  • Adultery.
  • Extreme cruelty.
  • Alcohol abuse.
  • Desertion.

The general grounds for a no-fault divorce are “irreconcilable differences.” This is the reason that you will have to use if you want to file without a lawyer and finalize your proceedings within the shortest time possible.

Residency Requirements

If you are filing for an uncontested divorce, you or your ex-spouse should be physically present in Guam for 7 days. This is one of the shortest residency-acquiring periods in the US. However, if your case is contested, you or your spouse has to live in Guam for at least 90 days prior to filing.

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We take no responsibility for the samples of free do-it-yourself divorce papers in Guam that you can download from our website. All samples of free Guam divorce papers have been prepared for general informational purposes only and cannot be filed with the court.