A conservator or guardian can be appointed for any person who needs assistance with making decisions, including a person who is incapacitated, a person with disabilities, or even a minor. A person who has a conservator or guardian is often called a "ward," and the persons appointed to serve as a conservator or guardian are required to report to the court. In Hawaii, a Kokua Kanawai (helper of the court) may be appointed to determine whether a conservatorship or guardianship is necessary.
Our firm can assist with the establishment of a conservatorship or guardianship, as well as assist with administering the conservatorship/guardianship.
500 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 7400
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
(Enter the Star Advertiser Tower 7 at Restaurant Row through the parking garage,
and our office is located in Suite 400)
(By Appointment Only)
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P.O. Box 240269
Honolulu, Hawaii 96824
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