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Elder Law Resource Guide

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This reference guide identifies selected sources on elder law issues in Hawai‘i. Resources listed in this guide are available at all of the court libraries in the Hawai‘i State Law Library System, unless otherwise noted. This finding aid is not exhaustive, and is meant to be used as a starting point for research on this topic.

Notes: The information in brackets [ ] indicates the call number. SCLL=Supreme Court Law Library on Oahu, 2d=Maui, 3d=Hilo, K=Kona, 5th=Kauai.
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Hawaii Elder Law Resources

  1. Bivens, Stephanie Ann. Advanced issues in Hawaii elder law. National Business Institute, 2005.
    [RefRm KFH81 A4 B54]

  2. Conrad, John R. Hawaii elder law: the basics and beyond. National Business Institute, 1991.
    [KFH81 A4 H31]

  3. Elder law and Medicaid planning update seminar. Hawaii State Bar Association. Continuing Legal Education, 2001.
    [KFH81 A4 H34] Available at 2d.

  4. Pietsch, James H. The Akamai kupuna: a legal handbook for Hawaii's older adults, 7th ed. Hawaii Judiciary, 1994.
    [RefRm KFH81 A4 P61]

  5. Pietsch, James H. and Lenora H. Lee. Deciding "what if?": a legal handbook for Hawai‘i's caregivers, families and older persons. University of Hawai‘i Elder Law Program, February 2006.
    [RefRm KFH81 A4 P63 2006]

  6. Pietsch, James H. and Lenora H. Lee. The elder law Hawai‘i handbook: protecting your health, wealth and personal wishes. University of Hawaii Press, 1998.
    [RefRm KFH81 A4 P62]

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Secondary Sources

  1. Encyclopedias:
  2. Manuals:

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Agencies and Organizations

  1. City and County of Honolulu
    Community Services Department
    Elderly Affairs Division
    715 S. King Street
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

  2. County Offices of Community Assistance
    Agency on Elderly Affairs
    Pi‘ikoi Building
    4444 Rice Street, Suite 330
    Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766

  3. County of Maui
    Department of Housing and Human Concerns
    2200 Main Street
    One Main Plaza Building, Suite 546
    Wailuku, HI 96793

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Electronic Resources

Note: These resources are available for public use at the Hawaii State Law Libraries at no charge. Printing is 15¢ per page.

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