Frequently Asked Questions:


Where Is Your Office?

We have two offices. One at 1013 Poha Lane, Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 and a second location at  500 Ala Moana Boulevard #5-345, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. 

What If I'm Not Able To Walk Up Stairs?

Our office location at 500 Ala Moana Boulevard #5-345, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 is wheelchair accessible. Our location at 1013 Poha Lane, Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 does have stairs leading up to the entry. Please be sure to mention which location you prefer to  meet when speaking with our staff about scheduling an appointment. 

Why Do You Charge A Consultation Fee?

Our practice provides a complete analysis of your case and dedicate enough time in a comprehensive plan for you to consider. We understand most of our clients have never consulted with an attorney before and may have only seen commercials about attorneys on contingency fees. Our office billing procedures can be compared to your experience at a doctor's office. Our consultation fees are billed at a rate outlined in the paperwork all of our clients receive. It is our way of making sure you know what to expect ahead of time.

I Have Met With Your Office Before, Why Do I need to Fill Out Paperwork Again?

Once the legal matter(s) you originally retained our office to assist you with has been completed, your case file is closed. When you contact us at a later date, will need to re-open your file. New paperwork will need to be completed to reflect the updated information regarding your new appointment. We know completing our forms can be time consuming but it is important that we have an accurate view of your current affairs to properly advise you. 

Is There a Long Wait For An Appointment?

Depending on when you contact our office, will determine what dates and times are available.  Sometimes our calendar becomes full of appointments for people who have contacted our office prior to you and because of this, we are not able to offer you an appointment right away. We will do our best to find a date and time that will work for you. 

Do I Need To Schedule An Appointment?

 You will need to schedule an appointment to be able to meet with an attorney. We also suggest to contact our office if you are planning to stop in for matters outside of meeting with an attorney. This is to ensure someone will be available to assist you.