|Hawaii - HI||6 years|
|Arizona - AZ||8 years|
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Noah Peterson received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, Noah was immediately hired by First Hawaiian Bank, the largest Privately owned Financial Institution in Hawaii. While at First Hawaiian Bank Noah focused on transactional work, specializing in the preparation and review of Commercial Loan Documentation. His position with First Hawaiian Bank, provided a strong knowledge of commercial law concepts and prepared him for a long and successful career in the legal field.
After joining the work force for several years, Noah was offered an Academic Merit Scholarship to attend Arizona Summit Law School. During law school Noah excelled in academics and was selected to be a member of the SBA Appropriations Committee, a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and was recognized with a Community Service Certificate for his volunteer work within the community.
As an Arizona Attorney, Noah decided to dedicate his practice exclusively to Family Law. Noah has been lead counsel on a variety of family law cases including child custody matters, high asset divorce, establishing grandparent rights, child support, and enforcement of court orders. Noah prides himself on helping his clients during their hard times, by taking the time to listen to each client's situation and needs, then work with his client to develop the right legal strategy and approach for each individual case.
In 2017, Noah and his family were blessed with the opportunity to return home to Honolulu, Hawaii. Upon returning, Noah joined Yoshida & Associates as an associate attorney. Noah currently handles ERISA Fund clients, labor arbitrations, collections, and bodily injury cases.
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