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  • District Court Forms for Oahu

    The Hawaii State Judiciary's available pleading forms for District Court of the First Circuit Read More

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    Hawaii State Judiciary
  • Self-Help Centers & Access to Justice Rooms

    The Hawaii Court Self-Help Centers and Access to Justice Rooms are a joint effort of the Hawaii State Judiciary, the Hawaii Access To Justice Commission, the Hawaii State Bar Association, local bar associations, and the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii to help self-represented litigants better understand their rights and the court process. This is a free program provided by the help of volunteer attorneys. Read More

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    Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
  • Self-Help Form: Motion to Set Aside

    Use this interactive interview if you would like to complete the Motion to Set Aside District court form. This form asks the Judge to reopen your case and to set a hearing date for you to explain why you did not come to your hearing. Read More

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    Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
  • Self-Help Form: Statement of Claim, Security Deposit - Oahu (First Circuit)

    Use this interactive interview if you would like to recover your security deposit from your Landlord on Oahu. Read More

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    Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
  • Video: Resources for Court Users

    This video provides information about resources available to court users including court self-help centers, language services, mediation, and accommodations for people with disabilities. Read More

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    Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
    Read this in:
    Chuukese / Chuuk
    Ilocano / Ilokano
    Marshallese / Kajin M̧ajeļ
  • Your Guide to Regular Claims Court

    The Regular Claims Court is a division of the District Court. The Regular Claims Division hears all civil actions in which the debt, damages or value of property claimed does not exceed $40,000. This court also hears all summary possession cases regardless of the amount sought. Read More

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    Legal Aid Society of Hawaii