Honolulu Attorneys

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I could not use Joseph Ernst because he does not represents plaintiffs. I like him because he did reply even... more
Honolulu  Joseph A. Ernst

Joseph Ernst

Honolulu, HI Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 7.7
Although it was determined after Mr. Sakoda and I communicated by email that I would need Family Law... more
Honolulu  Richard M. Sakoda

Richard Sakoda

Honolulu, HI Estate Planning
Avvo rating 6.5
Clarisse is very professional and attentive. She asks the right questions but more importantly she listens... more
Honolulu  Clarisse Michiko Kobashigawa

Clarisse Kobashigawa

Honolulu, HI Personal Injury
Avvo rating 5.8
The Law Offices of Ian Mattoch are the best Personal injury lawyers in Honolulu. After a car accident I... more
Honolulu  Ian L. Mattoch

Ian Mattoch

Honolulu, HI Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.1
There simply is not enough space to adequately state what Michael Cruise has done for me. He is, without a... more
Honolulu  Michael R. Cruise

Michael Cruise

Honolulu, HI Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.7
Daryl was just more than I expected from a Lawyer. I started my petition as an alien in 2012 and had Daryl... more
Honolulu  Daryl Shinji Takeno

Daryl Takeno

Honolulu, HI Immigration
Avvo rating 7.4
Mr Nakamura ' experience and knowledge were of great assistance in executing a very complex estate case.... more
Honolulu  Reid A. Nakamura

Reid Nakamura

Honolulu, HI Real Estate
Avvo rating 7.1
This was my first time hiring a lawyer. When i went in to meet with him I waited for 30 minutes and the... more
Honolulu  Noah Fiddler

Noah Fiddler

Honolulu, HI DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 6.5


practicing lawyers in Honolulu

The founding of Honolulu is a bit of a mystery. Based on the oral histories of Hawaiians and archaeological finds, Honolulu could have been settled by the first Polynesians nearly 2,000 years ago.

In the early 1800s, Honolulu was occupied by a monarch and his court. The city's name means “sheltered harbor,” but the origin of its naming is uncertain.

The first foreigner to enter the harbor of Honolulu was a captain from an English ship at the turn of the 18th century. Since then, the city’s port has become an epicenter of shipping to and from Hawaii. The city's many exports included sandalwood, sugar, and pineapples.