Hawaii Self-Help Interactive Forms

Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, the Hawaii State Judiciary, and the Hawaii State Bar, with funding from the Legal Services Corporation's Technology Initiatives Grant, have collaborated to bring free interactive interviews that create court forms and legal documents to help self-represented individuals throughout Hawaii. The interactive forms were developed for use by limited income persons representing themselves in civil legal matters, but are available free of charge to all persons. The interactive interviews ask a series of questions to complete a legal form or court approved document. The interactive interviews also provide helpful information and instructions for next steps.These interviews can be used Statewide unless noted otherwise.

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Self-Help Form: Advance Health Care Directive

Use this legal document to give instructions about your future medical care and to designate a person to make health care decisions for you if you become incapacitated.

Self-Help Form: Ex Parte Motion and Declaration to Advance or Expedite Hearing

Use this interactive interview to assist you in completing either 1) A motion requesting that the court move your hearing to an earlier date (Advance Hearing) OR 2) A motion requesting that the court speeds up the time it normally takes to receive and consider a response (Expedite Hearing).

Self-Help Form: Guardianship of an Incapacitated Adult - Oahu (First Circuit)

Use this interactive interview if you would like to complete the court forms (Petition, Waiver of Notice, List of Exhibits, Order Appointing Guardian) for a Guardianship of an Incapacitated Person and if you will file your Guardianship in the First Circuit (Oahu).

Self-Help Form: Motion and Affidavit to Waive Filing Fees - Oahu (First Circuit)

Use this interactive interview to complete the form asking the court to waive your filing fees because you cannot afford to pay such costs. This could be used for Family Court cases where there are filing fees including Divorce, Paternity, Adoption and Guardianship.

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