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Limited communications for AG's Office during move

by Krystal Paco

Guam - Due to its ongoing move to the ITC Building in Tamuning, the Office of the Attorney General has announced its communications will be temporary limited. Starting today and for the next five to 10 business days, the AG's email system, phone lines and webpage will be affected.

On Monday, July 15, intake such as pick-up and delivery for all divisions including Child Support Services will be moved to the seventh floor of the ITC Building.

For inquiries to child support call 475-3406, for Victim Witness, Ayuda Services, Investigations, and Administration and Prosecution Divisions, call 475-3324. For emergency business inquiries for Civil Solicitor's Division, call 686-0201.

AG Leonardo Rapadas says they are minimizing the best they can and asks for the public's continued patience as they work swiftly to become fully operational.

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