We generally will provide the Marital Settlement agreement and other basic papers within 1-2 business days ONCE FULL payment and all required information IS PROVIDED.
DIVORCE ATTORNEYS

Gumataotao & Pole

Divorce Attorney

7 DAY DIVORCE.

7- DAY VISIT TO PARADISE REQUIRED
Recognized By All US States and Territories

Quick and inexpensive divorce for military, merchant marine, expats and other U.S. citizens and non-citizens residing in the United States on Guam or abroad.

To get started with a fast Guam Divorce click here.
To Contact us by email, click here.

If you and your spouse are in agreement that divorce is the right decision for you, our law firm can help make the process quicker and easier. Guam laws allow you to obtain a fast divorce from an American jurisdiction even though you are not a resident of Guam, if one of the parties visits Guam for seven days.

If you have not already done so, you should fill out our questionnaire on our Get Started page.

To assist you with your divorce, we will usually need to speak with you. This ensures that you fully understand the process and that our office fully understand your marital situation. In some instances, when phone communication is not possible, we may be able to proceed solely by email or Skype. 

Guam divorces are suitable for:
*** Military and others who move frequently

*** Americans Overseas

*** for Americans living in states where the divorce process is lengthy or the residency requirements difficult

*** for Non Americans living in other countries where they are not eligible to obtain a divorce

GUAM IS A U.S. JURISDICTION AND ITS DIVORCE DECREES WILL BE RECOGNIZED BY U.S. STATES AND FEDERAL AGENCIES!

So long as you and your spouse are in agreement, all issues of property distribution, and support can be addressed in the Guam Uncontested Divorce. The Attorney can discuss any issues of child custody with you.

Guam is an AmericanTerritory and part of the United States. The judgments of its courts are recognized by all other U.S. Jurisdictions.

To learn more about non resident divorces, start at our FAQ page, call us or Contact Us by Email.
To learn more about Guam laws, related to non resident divorces click here.
To get started with a fast Guam divorce, click here.

GUAM IS THE TROPICAL PARADISE YOU ALWAYS DREAMED OF AND THE PERFECT PLACE TO BEGIN A LIFE TRANSITION
In most cases, there is no need for either of the parties to an uncontested divorce to appear in court. We will appear for you in court.

INFORMATION, TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Guam law allows you to obtain a divorce from an American jurisdiction even though neither you nor your spouse has previously been to Guam. However, your spouse will need to consent, in writing to the divorce and one of you will need to visit Guam for 7 days. Guam is an American Territory and the judgments of its courts are recognized by all other U.S. Jurisdictions.

Most divorces on Guam are granted on the grounds of “irreconcilable difference”. As a practical matter, this is a “no fault” divorce. The court will grant the divorce based on the parties' agreement that the marriage should end.

If you have not already done so, you will need to complete a short questionnaire asking for the basic information needed to prepare the divorce papers.

Your spouse must sign a “consent to divorce and jurisdiction” form. We will prepare this form, and if requested, send it directly to your spouse by mail, fax or email. This form must be notarized by a U.S. notary public. Within the United States, notary publics can be found in courts, law offices, insurance agencies, and many other places. Outside the United States, the forms may be notarized by an official in a U.S. Embassy or consulate office, or other U.S. recognized notary public. Acceptable notaries can often be found on U.S. military installations abroad.

We are not responsible for ensuring that your spouse's consent is returned to us, as we have no control over that. You must follow up and ensure that it is properly signed and promptly returned. There will be no refund of the fees if the signed consent is not returned to us, or if there is a reconciliation, or you otherwise decide not to go forward with the uncontested divorce.

Guam's new divorce laws require that one of the parties be physically present in Guam for seven days before the divorce petition is filed. In some cases, a final decree of divorce has been obtained within 2 to 3 weeks of the filing. When there is a need, the court can be asked to give immediate consideration to the divorce and it can often be finalized within a few days or your stay. You may return home to wait for the court to grant your divorce.

Certified copies of the signed decree will be provided to the client as soon as they are received from the court – usually within 1 or 2 days of the hearing.


PAYMENT
Prices starting at $1,525.00 including filing fees.
       *Email us for more payment details

Many people just give us their credit or debit card information for the first payment over the phone when they call. We  also accept payment by Wire Transfer. 

DISCLAIMER. As attorneys, we are not permitted to guarantee the outcome of any court proceeding. However, if you fully follow our instructions, and we cannot obtain a divorce for you, we will refund any attorney fees you paid to us. Otherwise, all fees are non refundable once we begin drafting documents for you. We are not responsible for ensuring that the documents are returned as we have no control over that. You must follow up and ensure that all documents are properly signed and promptly returned.  


Gumataotao & Pole
115 San Ramon St. Suite 301
Hagatna, GU 96932
Phone: 671-475-0200
Fax:     671-475-0203
If you are not able to contact our office, you can contact Attorney Pole directly at 671-686-3254