Assistance is provided for issues related to landlord cases, collection cases, District and Family Court temporary restraining orders, divorces, custody and other matters.Assistance may be given in the form of providing Court Forms, reviewing Court Documents for interpretation or to insure that the forms has been completed correctly.For the landmass comprising North and South America, see Americas. C., and the largest city by population is New York City.
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1111 Alakea Street, Third Floor Honolulu, HI 96813 [map] Access to Justice Room Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays from 9 a.m. Telephone: Clients are referred to the Access to Justice Room by the District Court Service Center staff.
4675 Kapolei Parkway , Kapolei HI 96707-3272 [map] Access to Justice Room Hours: First & Third Thursday of every Month, a.m. Telephone: (808) 954-8290 Service Provided: Volunteer attorneys provide limited legal advice to unrepresented litigants involved in a civil case in the Family Court.
2145 Main Street Wailuku, HI [map] Self-Help Center Hours: Thursday, 9 a.m. Telephone: 808-495-5527 (Access by telephone for Molokai, Lanai and Hana residents only when the center is open. Maui residents need to show up at the Self-Help Center in person for assistance.) Service Provided: Volunteer Attorneys and an Americorps Advocate provide limited legal information to help self-represented litigants with District and Family Court civil matters.Call the District Court Service Center at (808) 538-5629.Service Provided: Volunteer attorneys provide limited legal assistance to self-represented litigants with legal advice on civil matters related to landlord tenant cases, collection cases, and temporary restraining order cases (which involve non-family members or parties who are not now, or have not been in a dating relationship).to 12 noon Telephone: 808-482-2660 Service Provided: Volunteer Attorneys and an Americorps Advocate provide limited legal information to help self-represented litigants with District and Family Court civil matters."United States of America", "America", "US", and "USA" redirect here.Additionally, volunteers try to answer as many procedural questions as possible.