Hawaii Family Lawyers
Hawaii Family Law lawyers
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Family Law In Hawaii
"Family Law" can refer to a vast range of legal topics, all of which deal, in some form, with the laws that affect family relationships. It includes things like marriage, divorce, child custody, and all the accompanying legal issues.
Family law in Hawaii is handled by private lawyers who occasionally, but not always, practice it exclusively.
Hawaii familiy law attorneys regularly charge an hourly fee for their services. Before agreeing to pay any fee, you should be clear about specifically what your Hawaii attorney will be charging you, what expenses you will be charged for, and all of the details of the agreement creating your attorney-client relationship.
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Interesting Facts About Hawaii
Hawaii is nicknamed "The Aloha State" and is the newest U.S. state, being added as the 50th state only in the year 1959. The state capitol of Hawaii is Honolulu, one of Hawaii's major cities. Hawaii's state government is unique in that it has several remnants and adaptations carrying over from Hawaii's early kingdom era.
Hawaii laws are mostly the product of its bicameral state legislature, which meets at the State Capitol building, Aliiolani Hale, located in Honolulu. The historic capitol building houses a Judiciary History Center featuring multi-media presentations of several landmark Hawaii legal cases. In 2006, the American Bar Association hosted a mock-trial presentation of the Massie Trial, a famous Honolulu criminal trial dating back to the year 1932.
Unlike other U.S. states, Hawaii does not operate any municipal governments- all localities are administered through the county system. Hawaii's judicial system is composed of the Hawaii State Circuit Courts (the lowest level), followed by an Intermediate Court of Appeals. The Hawaii Supreme Court is the highest court. Hawaii also maintains a few courts focused on specific issues, such as the Hawaii Land Court and the Hawaii State Tax Appeal Court.
Lawyers in Hawaii are well-versed in the laws and legal issues of the state. Hawaii attorneys typically file most of their claims at the Circuit Courts, which have broad jurisdiction over most common legal claims. Hawaii lawyers also process more complex claims and appeals through the Court of Appeals or through the Hawaii Supreme Court.