Volunteer attorneys will be available to provide legal advice to low income Ka’u residents on Saturday, November 8, 2014. This service is FREE to all low income individuals and families but you MUST REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE. Please download and fill out the...Read More
Volunteer Legal Services Hawai’i is hosting a Pop Up Clinic in Waipahu as part of its ongoing commitment to bring its Advice and Counsel Clinics to underserved communities throughout the State of Hawai’i. Attorneys are needed in the following areas: Collections and/or...Read More
Rhonda Griswold accepts the 2013 Ho'oilina Award on behalf of the Cades Foundation.Read More
Are you participating in your company’s Aloha United Way campaign? Designate Volunteer Legal as the recipient (Organization Code 70170) and our organization will receive 100% of your donation.Read More
Michael B. Formby of Honolulu law firm Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel was the recipient of the Kahiau award, Volunteer Legal’s highest recognition for pro bono service. On hand to present the award were all five members of the Hawaii State Supreme Court. In 2011...Read More
Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii is the only organization in the state whose sole mission is to serve Hawaii’s low income community through volunteer attorneys. Volunteer Legal’s pool of pro bono attorneys provide legal services in a wide range of civil matters, including divorces, paternities, custodies, child support, guardianships, adoptions, powers of attorney, wills, healthcare directives, landlord-tenant cases, collections, Chapter 7 bankruptcies, and temporary restraining orders.
Please note we DO NOT handle the following types of cases: worker’s compensation, medical malpractice, personal injury, real estate transactions, criminal cases, employment law cases, including unemployment insurance, or immigration matters.
Volunteer Legal assists individuals and families who meet low-income guidelines and have a legal issue that the organization handles. Applicants for services must call the Intake Line at 528-7046. During the Intake process, our staff will determine your financial eligibility and the nature of your legal problem. They may request that you provide documents confirming your income and assets. If you do qualify for services, the staff will reserve a space at a Neighborhood Legal Clinic.
Volunteer Legal now accepts monetary donations through PayPal, which can be easily and securely accessed using the button below:
Donations by check, money order, and/or cash are also appreciated, and may be sent to the following mailing address:
Volunteer Legal Services Hawai’i is hosting a Pop Up Clinic in Waipahu as part of its ongoing commitment to bring its Advice and Counsel Clinics to underserved communities throughout the State of Hawai’i.
Estate Planning Attorney, Samuel K.L. Suen will cover the basics of Estate Planning, special considerations and best practices when handling a pro bono case.
In partnership with Representative Awana and Senator Shimabukuro, Volunteer Legal is hosting an Ask-a-Lawyer event for Leeward residents and we need YOUR help!