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Going Black Friday Shopping? What to Know About Personal Injury Claims, Honolulu, Hawaii
Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season, with crowds jockeying for position and grabbing attractive bargains. All that activity might lead to personal injury, so you should be prepared. Here are a few ways to avoid injuries, a...read more
Are English-Only Rules in the Workplace Legal?, Honolulu, Hawaii
United States law protects a person’s right to live a life free of discrimination. Personal characteristics, like your culture, religion, origin, and race, can’t be used against you in the workplace, whether you’re simply applying for a ...read more
Honolulu, HI Attorneys Businesses
Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner, Personal Injury Law, Attorneys, Personal Injury Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
737 Bishop St, Suite 1740
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 521-­7474
Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner has helped personal injury victims in Honolulu, HI, since 1971. Their law firm was built on a foundation of compassionate counsel and aggressive representation, especially when negotiating for their cli...
Stephen S Choi | Attorney at Law, Attorneys, Trusts & Estates Law, Trusts & Estates Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
1555 Kapiolani Blvd Ste#1111
Honolulu, HI 96814
(808) 286-4248
Many people are uncomfortable talking about their mortality, and, as a result, they delay creating or updating their estate plan. But putting off one’s estate plan does not prevent the inevitable. Stephen S. Choi, Attorney At Law, l...
Law Offices of Neil T Nakamura & Associates, Trusts & Estates Law, Wills & Probate Law, Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
1585 Kapiolani Blvd, #1200
Honolulu, HI 96814
(808) 945-7645
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 ...
Colin K. Kurata Counselor at Law , Bankruptcy Attorneys, Business Attorneys, Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
1001 Bishop St, #2685
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 524-2900
Colin K. Kurata Counselor at Law firmly believes providing legal guidance requires excellent training and legal expertise, along with a commitment to practice law according to the very highest ethical standards. Attorney Kurata is no st...
Charles H. Brower Law Corporation, Employment Attorneys, Personal Injury Attorneys, Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
900 Fort St. Mall Suite 1210
Honolulu, HI 96813
808-526-2688
When you need help from an accomplished civil litigation attorney with a track record of success, look no further than Charles H. Brower and Associates, A Law Corporation, one of Honolulu's most respected personal injury and wrongful ter...
Frank A. Ury Attorney At LAw, Attorneys, Social Security Services, Americans with Disabilities Law, Honolulu, Hawaii
500 Ala Moana Blvd, 7 Waterfront Plaza Suite 400
Honolulu, HI 96813
808-537-9181
When you’re trying to win the Social Security disability benefits you deserve, every day can feel like a hundred years. That’s why finding a great Social Security disability attorney is paramount, and why not giving up on Social Security...
Law Office of Carmen DiAmore-Siah, Attorneys, Immigration Lawyers, Immigration Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
735 Bishop Street, Suite 201
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 531-2277
For over 20 years, the Law Office of Carmen DiAmore-Siah has provided top-rated immigration and naturalization legal assistance to Honolulu residents, as well as individuals throughout the Pacific. As a member of the National/Hawaii Immi...
Donald L. Spafford Jr. Attorney at Law, Debt Management, Bankruptcy Attorneys, Attorneys, Honolulu, Hawaii
1003 Bishop St, Ste 470
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 532-6300
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What Happens If You Don’t Leave a Will? , Honolulu, Hawaii
As difficult as it may be to prepare for your death, estate planning is a necessary part of life. Including a will in your estate plan allows you to protect the future of your l...read more
What You Should Know About Hawaii's Sexual Orientation Discrimination Laws, Honolulu, Hawaii
Same-sex marriage may be legal in all 50 states, but there are still people throughout the country who discriminate against those whose sexual orientation is different from their own...read more
An Estate Planning Attorney Explains the Role of a Will Executor, Honolulu, Hawaii
The executor of a will plays a crucial role in the management and administration of an estate after the decedent has passed away. Anyone designing their estate planning documents sho...read more
Immigration Through Adoption: What You Should Know , Honolulu, Hawaii
Do you know there are ways to accomplish United States citizenship by immigration through adoption? At the Law Office of Carmen Di Amore-Siah in Honolulu, HI, experienced attorneys r...read more
How You Can Achieve U.S. Citizenship, Honolulu, Hawaii
It’s a dream of many people all over the world to achieve U.S. Citizenship. The road towards citizenship can be a long one however, and it’s important to know what to expect to ensur...read more
What You Should Know About Obtaining a Work Visa, Honolulu, Hawaii
The strength of the American economy and the range of opportunities make the United States especially attractive to workers from around the world. While the government welcomes profe...read more
5 Reasons to Hire an Immigration Lawyer, Honolulu, Hawaii
Whether you’re applying for a green card or want to extend your H1B visa, it’s wise to hire a lawyer when dealing with the complicated paperwork involved. While many people enter the...read more
What to Include in Your Will, Honolulu, Hawaii
Writing a will is an essential part of estate planning. Wills serve several purposes, such as disposing of property not placed in trusts and naming guardians. Learn more about w...read more
The Do’s & Don’ts When Facing Workplace Harassment or Discrimination, Honolulu, Hawaii
Despite strict laws against sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace, many employees encounter this type of misconduct daily. If you have experienced such unlawful behav...read more
The Do’s & Don’ts of Adding Digital Assets in Your Will, Honolulu, Hawaii
When drafting a will, assets like your home and car are some of the more obvious items to include. As any attorney will tell you, however, there are also intangible items to consider...read more
3 Situations in Which You Should Hire an Immigration Lawyer, Honolulu, Hawaii
Immigration is among the most complicated areas of the United States legal system. And although you are not required to retain legal counsel when dealing with immigration authorities...read more
3 Tips for Talking to Your Parents About Writing a Will, Honolulu, Hawaii
A will is an estate planning tool that outlines final wishes and plans for your legacy. Unfortunately, not everyone has a will in place, despite the advantages and pro...read more
Are Fireworks Legal in Hawaii? What You Should Know This 4th of July, Honolulu, Hawaii
Fireworks are a traditional part of Independence Day celebrations, but they actually aren’t legal in every jurisdiction. Hawaii and many other states strictly limit what type of cons...read more
Immigration Law: How to Stay Informed on Ever-Changing Regulations, Honolulu, Hawaii
Federal and state immigration laws, requirements, procedures, forms, and policy guidelines are constantly changing. So, if you wish to obtain a U.S. visa or green card, you may be wo...read more
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