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Fri Aug 10, 2018, 05:38 AM

$6 million sitting idle in Guam child support account, some dating back to 1991

Guam – It appears that the system used to pay out child support disbursements needs some fixing as nearly $6 million in undisbursed child support funds have been sitting in the bank. In fact, some of that money has been sitting there since 1991.

If you are a single parent, then you know how difficult providing for a child or children can be. Food, clothing, shelter, schooling, extra-curricular activities and medical expenses all add up in caring for a child.

Sometimes a single parent manages on their own, in other cases the single parent is provided financial support from the non-custodial parent. This support is agreed upon through either a divorce decree, a mutual agreement between both parents or determined through child support court.

In cases of the latter, the payments of child support pass through the hands of the Attorney General Office’s Child Support Enforcement Division before making its way to the custodial parent.

Read more: https://pacificnewscenter.com/6-million-sitting-idle-in-child-support-account-some-dating-back-to-1991/

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