|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 10 Family Law Attorneys in Hawaii||The National Academy of Family Law Attorneys||2015|
|Outstanding Local Vice-President||United States Junior Chamber of Commerce||1998|
|Certificate of Special Commendation||Volunteer Legal Services of Hawaii||1997|
|Sole Proprietor||Kevin S. Adaniya, Attorney at Law||1996 - Present|
|Facilitator/Mediator||EPIC Ohana Conferencing||1999 - 2007|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii||Treasurer||2014 - Present|
|Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii||Board of Directors||2013 - Present|
|Association of Family and Conciliation Courts||N/A||2011 - Present|
|American Bar Association (Family Law Section)||N/A||1998 - Present|
|Hawaii State Bar Association (Family Law Section)||N/A||1997 - Present|
|Hawaii Jaycees||Legal Counsel||2002 - 2003|
|Child and Parent Advocates Section, Hawaii State Bar Association||Chair||2002 - 2003|
|Young Lawyers Division, Hawaii State Bar Association||Director||1999 - 2000|
|In Re Doe, 109 Hawaii 399, 126 P.3d 1086 (2006)||Supreme Court of Hawaii vacated and remanded|
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|National Business Institute||Family Law From A to Z||2016|
|Hawaii State Bar Association's Handbook for Sole and Small Firm Practitioners||Should I Go Solo?||2012|
|National Business Institute||Child Custody and Visitation in Hawaii||2003|
|Hawaii State Bar Association's Handbook for Solo and Small Firm Practitioners||Should I Go Solo!||2003|
|Institute for Paralegal Education||Paralegals in Family Law Practice in Hawaii||2002|
|McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|University of California - Santa Barbara||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1990|
|Family Law From A to Z||Common and Not So Common Family Law Issues and Answers||2016|
|Family Law From A to Z||Child Custody and Visitation Rights||2016|
|2010 Annual Child Welfare Law Update||The New Child Welfare Act: How Will the New Law Affect Practice in Hawaii's Child Abuse and Neglect Cases||2010|
|2008 Annual Child Welfare Law Update||Defining and Applying the "Best Interests of the Child" Concept in Court||2008|
Posted by Kings
Kevin was an awesome and great attorney. Time was never wasted when prepping and reviewing for my case. Mr. Adaniyas game plan, approach and strategy to my case got me everything that I wanted. Time with my son that cant be replaced. The apposing lawyer tried to pull a few fast ones on us but Mr. Adaniya always has his A game on and didn't let him get away with anything. Mr. Adaniya made sure I had copies of everything and stamped copies of any paper work he had filed or that got filed in court. Hiring him was the best money I ever spent in my life and I wouldn't hesitate to do it again. Thanks to Mr. Adaniya I have a beautiful and growing relationship with my son and that to me is priceless. Thank you Mr. Adaniya for all your hard work, time and effort put forward in my case I will always be grateful for everything you have done for me and now my FAMILY.
Posted by anonymous
If you are looking for a trustworthy, knowledgeable and professional attorney you will be very pleased with Kevin Adaniya. I was referred to him through a friend and this is by far the best attorney that I have ever had represent me. He was very responsive with updates regarding my case, sending me status emails. He was knowledgeable in the law pertaining to my case and very professional. He is well respected by the judge and very confident in the courtroom. What can I say, he was just amazing and well worth what nominal fee he charged. He actually sent me a refund after the case was finished, which I was surprised because honestly I felt like he was worth the whole amount!
Posted by Ivan
Kevin's professional and business approach gave me peace of mind. We settled my case fast and he saved me more than 60%. I got what I wanted and he looked out for my best interest (my kids and my future). I called 3 lawyers before I met with Kevin and he explained to me the process (even though I did not know what i was getting into). I hired Kevin because I trusted him. I mean everybody has issues that are different and unique but Kevin's responsibility, experience and guidance made me feel good inside. I am not saying divorce is easy process but looking back on my experience I am glad Kevin helped me legally, financially and emotionally.
I went on the internet for answers and advice. Just met with Kevin face to face and decide for yourself, because sooner or later you will need a professional attorney who represents your situation and works out all the details.
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