Virtual Estate Planning for Hawaii Families
Geography should not be a limiting factor in protecting your family or receiving top-notch estate planning.
Now you can get the same exceptional services already enjoyed by Honolulu families even if you live on a neighbor island or are otherwise unable to make it to our downtown Honolulu office.
The firm utilizes online technologies including video conferencing to make it easy and convenient for you.
You will receive expert legal advice from an experienced estate planning attorney, a plan custom-tailored to your unique family, and a lifetime relationship with a trusted, client-focused legal advisor who your family can turn to in a time of crisis or be there for them when you are gone.
A do-it-yourself or self-help online website can not do any of that.
Comprehensive Estate Planning Delivered Virtually
"As someone who grew up on Kaua`i, my family would fly to O`ahu for back-to-school shopping, for doctor appointments, and for other things that we simply could not get at home.
It was always a large financial commitment and I'm not even talking about the cost of the goods or services, but rather the cost of flights, hotels, and rental cars. It really adds up.
This experience inspired me to offer my estate planning services online to neighbor island families and to families that are otherwise unable to travel to my office so they too can have access to exceptional, comprehensive estate planning and service."
Virtual Estate Planning in 4 Steps
Book an Appointment
Choose a time and day to meet and you will receive a questionnaire to complete.
Meet with us online for an estate planning strategy session. Choose your plan, level of protection, and fee.
Sign your plan and make it legal.
Review your plan with us every 3 years for free to ensure it continues to protect your family and assets.
We know you are busy and we promise to make the process as simple and easy for you as possible.
To get started, schedule your Family Wealth Planning Session, which is the first step to creating a plan that will protect everyone and everything you love.
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