Top Kapaa Child Custody Lawyers - Hawaii

  • At The Law Office of Rhoda Yabes Alvarez, LLC, solutions matter. The firm serves clients in family law, immigration and naturalization law and business law matters. From her office in Honolulu, Hawaii, attorney Rhoda Yabes Alvarez provides clients professional legal counsel in a wide range of matters, including litigation, arbitration, mediation, negotiations and settlement proceedings. Attorney...

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    Attorney Bradley A. Coates founded our Honolulu law firm, Coates & Frey, Attorneys at Law, LLC, with the goal of helping the residents of the Hawaiian Islands overcome difficult family law challenges. Today, we are Hawaii's largest family law firm, and our 10 attorneys continue to strive toward our founder's original goal as they provide representation, support and guidance to clients with a...

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    In Honolulu, Hawaii, the law office of Carmen DiAmore-Siah Attorney at Law provides representation for all clients with immigration and divorce legal needs. Ms. DiAmore-Siah has stopped deportation for clients and helped many people navigate the complicated waters of becoming a citizen of the United States. Because she is aware of the worries, fees and delays that are common to the process, she...

  • When you are faced with a legal problem, you want a lawyer who understands your situation and knows how to use the legal system to solve it. At the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower, in Honolulu, Hawaii, that's what we do. Mr. Brower is an accomplished trial attorney who has been practicing for more than 30 years. He focuses on the areas of employment law, family law, criminal defense and personal...

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    James (Jim) Stone was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and is well aware of Hawaii's multi-cultures and the needs of Hawaii's residents and visitors. He attended St. Louis High School and graduated from the University of Hawaii. He was a member of the 1st graduating class of the University of Hawaii Law School, William Richardson School of Law. He has been a lawyer in Hawaii for over...

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    Going through a divorce or other family law issue may be one of the most upsetting times of your life. Christopher D. Thomas understands your concerns. He advocates for clients in Honolulu, Hawaii, through cases that involve matters such as child custody and support. Additionally, his law office provides representation for criminal law and military law issues. No matter what your case entails, you...

  • If you are looking for skilled family law representation in Hawaii, contact Blake T. Okimoto, Attorney at Law. Based in Honolulu, our firm has been serving clients across the island of Oahu for 40 years.  Mr. Okimoto is considered to be one of Hawaii's premier family law attorneys. As an active member of the Hawaii State Bar Association, Mr. Okimoto has served in important leadership roles...

  • From the Honolulu, Hawaii, office of Doi/Luke, Attorneys at Law, we help people in Hawaii resolve family law matters. Our law firm relies on more than 20 years of experience to assist you in cases regarding alimony, child custody, child support, marital agreements, divorce, adoption and paternity. We understand that disputes between family members are already hard enough; we simply strive to take...

  • Lynnae Lee & Associates has more than 40 years of combined legal experience, which means we've seen and solved problems like yours, and some even worse. Along the way, we've learned to listen to you, and whether you're concerned about child custody, asset protection, spousal support, coming to or leaving Hawaii, or even something more unusual, we'll make your concerns our priority. Once we've...

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