Hawaii Legal Information Videos
Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, the Hawaii State Judiciary, and the Hawaii Access to Justice Commission, with funding from the Legal Services Corporation's Technology Iniatives Grant, have collaborated to create legal information videos. The videos were developed for use by limited income persons representing themselves in civil legal matters, but are available free of charge to all persons. These videos are only meant to provide general legal information and are not to be viewed as legal advice. Before you take any action or rely on any information in these videos, it is recommended that you consult an attorney or contact the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii. Select videos are available in Ilocano, Marshallese, and Chuukese.
This video provides an overview of and comparison between adoption, guardianship and power of attorney.
This video provides general information about security deposits.
This video provides an overview of and comparison between district court and family court restraining orders.
The Hanahana Justice Program combats wage theft in Hawaii. The program aims to empower low-wage workers, address wage theft, trafficking,and labor exploitation, and advance worker justice through education, outreach, advocacy, and community lawyering.