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In the same way that doctors have the Hippocratic oath to remind them of the reasons they study medicine, the field of law has the concept of pro bono work, providing the underprivileged with free legal aid. Under Hawaii law, pro bono work is respected, and the University of Hawaii at Manoa features one of the nation's first mandatory pro bono programs. If you find yourself in need of legal aid, Hawaii is a great place to find a pro bono lawyer.


When you're having legal trouble and find yourself in need of Hawaii law pro bono help, the Experts on JustAnswer can help you by offering advice or helping you to find a pro bono lawyer to assist you further.


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Common Hawaii law pro bono questions resolved on JustAnswer


The qualified Experts on JustAnswer regularly respond to questions like:


  • I just got served a TRO from my wife who is in PA. I am working in Kihei, Maui and not able to get back to the court date. What can I do?
  • If a judge makes a statement that incites the party to engage in felonies, can the judge be charged by a citizen with accessory after the fact?
  • Are there any cheap and affordable lawyers in Hilo, Hawaii that deals in Family Law that you would highly recommend?
  • I am being railroaded by the legal system and court-ordered support has been allowed to become $10,000 in arrears due to this. Where can I find an attorney who will help pro-bono?
  • My fiancee is currently being held in custody. I live in Hawaii and need to find an attorney to represent him on pro bono or retention, or bond. Can you help?

To give you the best advice, the Expert will need some information. You should be ready to answer questions such as:


  • What is the nature of the dispute?
  • Where is this dispute taking place?
  • Have you talked to a lawyer about this?
  • What steps have you taken so far?

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