Top Eleele Litigation & Appeals Lawyers - Hawaii

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    A partner at Rush Moore LLP in Honolulu, Hawaii, Daniel M. Chen is a member of the law firm's civil litigation and commercial law groups. Proudly serving international, mainland and local clients, Mr. Chen and his team work to help clients achieve the most effective and efficient resolutions to their legal issues. The law firm offers free initial consultations to best serve its clients. When...

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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...

  • 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...

  • The Law Office of Suzanne T. Terada helps clients plan their estates and take control of their future. Our Honolulu law firm assists families and individuals across Oahu with their estate plans, wills and trusts. Our lawyer is also a skilled litigator who represents families and trustees caught in probate court. We have over 20 years of experience in estate law and probate litigation. Attorney...

  • Any courtroom appearance in Honolulu, Hawaii, presents an opportunity for stress and uncertainty. Our goal at Bickerton Dang, LLLP, is to translate the procedural rules and legalese for you to make the process less intimidating. Our attorneys have extensive litigation experience in Honolulu County working with plaintiffs, respondents and other parties who are dealing with matters such as personal...

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