Honolulu, Hawaii

Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates

Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates

1585 Kapiolani Blvd, #1200
Honolulu, HI 96814
(808) 945-7645
Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates, Attorneys, Services, Honolulu, Hawaii

No matter what the size of your current income or the number of assets you have, wills, trusts, and other forms of estate planning allow you to care for your loved ones even after you pass away. At the Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates, they have been helping residents throughout Honolulu, HI, with these lengthy but essential processes for more than 43 years. 

Dedicated to those they serve, these gracious attorneys do everything they can to help families prepare for the unknown. While the word “estate” may sound like it only pertains to the wealthy, these attorneys stress that anyone can benefit from pre-planning the distribution of their property and assets. The Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates will do everything in their power today to protect your legacy tomorrow. With their help, you can ensure that your loved ones will be cared for long after you’re gone.

Though estate planning is their specialty, these knowledgeable attorneys also practice family and elder law. From senior guardianship to child custody, you can rely on them to guide you over life’s toughest legal hurdles.  

Don’t put estate planning on the back burner. Secure the future of the people you love and the assets you worked hard for by teaming up with the Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates. To speak with one of their compassionate and focused attorneys or schedule a free initial consultation, call (808) 945-7645 today. 

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