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Hawaii.gov Legal & Family Services

Legal Aid primarily assists in the areas of family law, housing law, consumer law, and public benefits law. Hawaiʻi Lawyer Referral Service. Free hotline service provided by the Hawaiʻi State Bar Association, to assist the public in locating attorneys for a variety of areas of law.

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URL: https://portal.ehawaii.gov/residents/legal-and-family-services/

Hawaii.gov The Official Website of the Aloha State

(7 days ago) County of Kauaʻi: Eleventh Supplementary Emergency Proclamation Wednesday, October 13, 2021 04:34 PM from Office of the Governor; County of Kauaʻi: Mayor’s Emergency Rule No. 27 Wednesday, October 13, 2021 03:20 PM from Office of the Governor; Nightly full closures of Likelike Highway on Monday, Oct. 25, through Friday, Oct. 29, for pavement …

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Hawaii.gov Online Services

(8 days ago) Medical Cannabis Registry Allows in-state and out-of-state patients to submit medical cannabis applications online and law enforcement officers to search the registry. Medical Insurance Assistance Application for Med-QUEST/Medicaid benefits through the Department of …

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Hawaii.gov Federal Government

(7 days ago) The Constitution gives Congress the authority to establish other federal courts to handle cases that involve federal laws including tax and bankruptcy, lawsuits involving U.S. and state governments or the Constitution, and more. Other federal judicial agencies and programs support the courts and research judicial policy.

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Hawaii.gov Hawaiʻi Judiciary

(5 days ago) The Official Website of the Aloha State. Hawaiʻi Judiciary. Hawaiʻi’s judicial branch is a unified state court system that functions under one administrative head, the Chief Justice of the Hawaiʻi

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Hawaii.gov Departments & Agencies

(3 days ago) Employment Law Division. Family Law Division. Health and Human Services Division. Labor Division. Land/Transportation Division. Legislative Division. Public Safety, Hawaiian Home Lands, and Housing Division. Tax Division. Tort Litigation Division

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Hawaii.gov State of Hawaiʻi Calendar

(7 days ago) Technical Help. ehawaii.gov (808) 695-4620 or Toll-free: 1 (866) 448-0725 or email: [email protected] The Sunshine Law is Hawaiʻi’s open meetings law, which governs the manner in which all state and county boards must conduct their official business. All events posted to the State Calendar must meet these requirements.

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Hawaii.gov County Governments

(7 days ago) The County of Maui includes the islands of Kahoʻolawe, Lanaʻi, Maui and Molokaʻi. Official Website. Office of the Mayor. Departments. Online Services. Event Calendar. Jobs. Nāpali Coast, Kauaʻi. Photo Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Jakob Owens.

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Hawaii.gov Sex Offender and Other Covered Offender …

(2 days ago) Help Ask the Agency. Questions about data or accuracy? Hawaiʻi Criminal Justice Data Center (808) 587-3350 or email using this form; Technical Help. ehawaii.gov (808) 695-4620 or Toll-free: 1 (866) 448-0725 or email: [email protected]; More Information. About Sex Offenders and Other Covered Offenders

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Hawaii.gov Medical Cannabis Registry

(4 days ago) Allows in-state and out-of-state patients to submit medical cannabis applications online and law enforcement officers to search the registry. Developed in partnership with: Department of Health. In State. Application Fee: $38.50. Changes to Existing Registration: $16.50. Out of State. Application Fee: $49.50.

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Hawaii.gov Made in Hawaiʻi

(2 days ago) Agricultural Marketing Programs. The HDOA Market Development Branch‘s mission is to facilitate the development of the agricultural industry through the expansion of new and existing markets, by sponsoring or participating in numerous projects and activities.

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Hawaii.gov Transportation & Vehicles

(5 days ago) Laws, Maps & Safety. The bike and pedestrian gateway provides information on bicycling and walking in our state. Learn about laws, maps, safety, and Hawaiʻi bicycle programs.

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Hawaii.gov Getting Around

(1 days ago) Hawaiʻi state law requires that all children under age 4 be restrained in a federally approved child safety seat. Children ages 4 through 7 ride in a booster seat or car seat any time they are in a vehicle. The only exceptions are for children taller than 4’9” or those riding in vehicles with lap-only seat belts in rear seats.

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Hawaii.gov Education

(7 days ago) K-12 Private Schools. Private schools, also known as independent schools, are not administered by local, state or national governments; thus, they retain the right to select their students and are funded in whole or in part by charging their students tuition, rather than relying on public (government) funding.

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Hawaii.gov Newcomer's Guide

(3 days ago) The Official Website of the Aloha State. Become a Resident of Hawaiʻi. A Hawaiʻi driver’s license, voter or automobile registration, the appearance of a person’s name on a city or town street list, and rent, utility, mortgage or telephone bills normally provide tangible proof of …

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Hawaii.gov Controlled Substances Registration Renewal

(1 days ago) Help Ask the Agency. Most questions can best be resolved by contacting the state agency directly. Narcotics Enforcement Division (808) 837-8470 or email: [email protected]; Technical Help. ehawaii.gov (808) 695-4620 or Toll-free: 1 (866) 448-0725 or email: [email protected]; More Information

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Hawaii.gov Liquor Licenses & Permits

(6 days ago) Apply for a liquor license or direct wine shipper permit for your business. Developed in partnership with: County of Hawaii. Department of Liquor Control. Fees: Liquor License Original - $5.00. Liquor License Renewal - Variable. Direct Wine Shipper Permit, 1-year - $4.80. Direct Wine Shipper Permit, 2-year - $9.60.

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Hawaii.gov Starting a Business

(6 days ago) Register a Business Online. Hawaiʻi Business Express is the quick and easy way to start a business online. Simply make an account and log in to instantly submit a filing and receive a receipt. Over time, you can continue to use the site to manage ongoing requirements such as filing your annual report and submitting any changes for your business.

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Hawaii.gov Latest News

(4 days ago) PSD News Release: Department of Public Safety COVID-19 update Monday, October 11, 2021 03:39 PM from Office of the Governor HONOLULU – COVID-19 testing is continuously being conducted in the state prisons and jails as well as in the contracted Saguaro Correctional Center in Eloy, AZ. The latest testing updates received for other correctional …

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Hawaii.gov Marriage & Civil Union Certificate Ordering

(Just Now) Order a Hawaiʻi marriage certificate online. Developed in partnership with: Department of Health. Fees: 1st certificate: $10. Additional copy of the same record: $4. Portal Administration Fee: $2.50 (a Portal Administration Fee of $2.50 is included for each increment of up to 5 record copies.) 0 transactions this year.

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Hawaii.gov Marriage License Application

(7 days ago) Marriage License Application. Go to Website. Couples can apply and pay for a marriage license as well as locate a performer to complete the ceremony. Performers may also register online to be licensed by the state. Developed in partnership with: Department of Health. Fees: $65.00 0 transactions this year.

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Hawaii.gov Unclaimed Property Search

(4 days ago) Help Ask the Agency. Most questions can best be resolved by contacting the state agency directly. Unclaimed Property Program (808) 586-1589 or email: [email protected]; Technical Help. ehawaii.gov (808) 695-4620 or Toll-free: 1 (866) 448-0725 or email: [email protected]; More Information

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Hawaii.gov Name Change Application

(Just Now) Help Ask the Agency. Most questions can best be resolved by contacting the state agency directly. Office of the Lieutenant Governor (808) 586-0255 or …

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Hawaii.gov Jobs & Unemployment

(9 days ago) Hawaiʻi Job Corps Center. Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training. Go to Page.

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Hawaii.gov Sign Up for Subscriber Account

(7 days ago) Law firms who conduct large volume of online transactions (business registration filings or business annual reports) and want an easier way to pay and track purchases. Companies who purchase lists of bulk data (businesses, licensees) for marketing or research purposes.

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Subscriber Account Agreement

(5 days ago) There are restrictions on access to certain records and some records are restricted in use. You may be subject to penalties under law if you violate any of these restrictions. If you have any questions regarding information contained within this Agreement, please contact NIC Hawaii at (808) 695-4624. Signing up is as easy as 1, 2, 3…

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Becoming an Abstract Customer v2020

(6 days ago) User permissible by law. User agrees that if it learns that it, one of its End Users, or any other third party who gains access to records provided by the Judiciary to NIC Hawaii has misused or may misuse that information, User will notify NIC Hawaii within 24 hours of learning of the misuse or potential misuse.

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Hawaii.gov Libraries

(7 days ago) The Hawaiʻi State Public Library System (HSPLS) is the only statewide public library system in the United States. With 51 branches across 6 islands, HSPLS serves as a pillar of our community helping to nurture a lifelong love of reading and learning through its physical and digital spaces. The site is more than just books — you can access

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Hawaii.gov FAQs

(2 days ago) A. If you have paid the one-time $20 license fee, there will be no additional charge. Duplicate licenses can be issued by calling the Taxpayer Services Branch at (808) 587-4242, or toll-free at 1 (800) 222-3229. To request by email, please send your request including your phone number, to: [email protected]

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Hawaii.gov The Official Website of the Aloha State

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