Firm Overview

A Thoughtful, Compassionate Approach to Hawaii Family Law

When your family’s future is at stake, it is important to turn to an attorney who will take an approach that works best for your family. Some lawyers will aggressively fight for your interests in court. Others believe in the strength of agreements made during mediation. At the offices of Naomi Hirayasu, Attorney at Law, we believe in seeking resolution through agreement, however, when agreement fails, we pride ourselves in vigorously defending your needs and interests in the judicial forum.

We take pride in having represented national and international clients. We have represented clients nationally, including clients from California, New York, Georgia, Tennessee, North Dakota, Guam and Puerto Rico. We have also represented international clients with concerns in the Hawaii courts, including clients from Japan, the Philippines, Korea, France, Belgium, Germany, England, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

At our law firm, we enjoy the challenge of handling procedurally complex issues and interstate and international jurisdictional disputes.

At the Hawaii law office of Naomi Hirayasu, we tailor our representation to meet each client’s specific needs. In addition to representing many Hawaii families, we are also sought out by a national and international clientele.

Helping Hawaii Families Reach the Right Solutions
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Whether you are going through a divorce, adopting a child, seeking guardianship of a child or an adult, or facing real estate litigation, trust litigation or other civil litigation, we will take the time to help you identify possible solutions that are tailored to your situation.

Reaching an Agreement is often the best approach for many reasons:

  • Unlike courtroom litigation, reaching an agreement is less costly emotionally and financially.
  • Litigation gives a judge who does not know your family the power to make decisions for you. Mediation allows both parties to work out agreements that truly meet their individual needs.
  • When both parties have a say in the end result, they are more likely to abide by the agreement.

If mediation is not the right approach for your situation, we will vigorously litigate on your behalf.

If you are struggling with a legal issue in Honolulu, contact us online to schedule a free consultation. We will talk through your concerns and identify the best way to resolve your legal disputes.

Naomi Hirayasu Attorney at Law, Retired