Family land may be untouchable because of long-term leases, some of which may be 99 years long.
Among Catholics, and even not-so-religious people, there is an eight-day rosary during which family members gather.
That being said, the Chamorro view of money is different than the mainland view.
Because of strong family ties, there isn’t much of a separation of finances among family members — even adult children who have left their parents’ home.
(In some Micronesian islands this authority is almost total — an older woman can request the child of a younger woman and it must be given to her.) This can be difficult for a non-Chamorro woman who marries into the culture, especially if she and her husband live with family.
Chamorro people are not particularly materialistic and in general, they are generous and hospitable.