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    Lawyers - Elder Law in Honolulu

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    Business Listing   Kevin S. Kimura - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 946-9494

    Business Listing   Koza- Bart M. Attorney - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 521-1456

    Business Listing   Law Office of Robert Y. Nakamoto- Jr.- LLLC - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 537-6119

    Business Listing   Sanford K. Okura Attorney At Law A Law Corporation - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 593-8885

    Business Listing   Wenkam- Chiye R. Attorney - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 523-9833

    Business Listing   Wong- Donald K. O. Attorney - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 529-7300

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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Elder Law

    The lawyers in Honolulu, specialized in Elder law, deal in the legal practice that emphasizes on those issues that affect the elderly population. The laws that they handle are categorized as estate-planning and administration, including tax questions for the incomes, long term care insurances, guardianship, conservatorship and commitment matters, including fiduciary administration. The other aspects that are handled by these lawyers in Honolulu are wills, trusts, guardianships, protection against elder abuse, neglect, and fraud, etc.

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