Legal Information: Hawaii
Where can I file for an order for protection?
You can file for an order for protection in any family court in the circuit where you live.1 Go to our HI Courthouse Locations page for addresses and phone numbers of the courthouses. If you want help, you may want to contact an attorney. Please see our HI Finding a Lawyer page for more information.
1 HRS § 586-2
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