HAWAII FAMILY LAW INFORMATION
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- Adoption in Hawaii – adopting a stepchild, grandchild, family member, or other child
- Alimony in Hawaii – also known as spousal support or maintenance, alimony is paid in a divorce from one spouse to the other as support
- Child Custody and Visitation in Hawaii – parents’ rights regarding legal and physical custody of their child, visitation rights, and other issues, in divorce and paternity cases
- Child Support in Hawaii – child support paid by parents, including the establishment, modification or termination of support, in divorce, paternity, or Child Support Enforcement Agency cases
- Divorce in Hawaii – contested and uncontested divorces, and all the issues involved in a divorce such as custody/visitation, child support, alimony, property division, allocation of debts, tax exemptions, name changes, and others
- Divorce Property Division in Hawaii – a summary of Hawaii’s system of property division in divorce.
- Hawaii Divorce and Family Law Resources Online – links to useful Hawaii Divorce and Family Law sites on the Net
- Hawaii Family Law Definitions, A to Z – our handy guide to the many, many terms used in family law
- Honolulu Courthouse Information – addresses, maps, and information on courthouses in Honolulu, including the Family Court in Kapolei, Oahu
- Modifying or Enforcing Family Court Orders in Hawaii – information on changing or enforcing existing divorce, paternity, TRO, and Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) orders
- Paternity in Hawaii – actions regarding children where the parents are not married – establishing custody/visitation, child support, medical insurance, and other rights
- Prenuptial Agreements in Hawaii – agreements used by parties to set or fix their rights in the event of a future divorce
- Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs) — orders issued by the Family Courts and District Courts to protect individuals from abuse or harassment
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