Honolulu Police Department – Crime Stoppers Summary of Services: CrimeStoppers Honolulu – CrimeStoppers Honolulu, Inc was formed in February 1981 as a registered 501 (c) 3 nonprofit corporation. It is governed by a Board of Directors made up of about 15-20 unpaid volunteers. The Board is diverse and made up of retired police officials, business leaders, professional experts and community …
Sgt. Chris Kim, CrimeStoppers Coordinator for the Honolulu Police Department, talks about CrimeStoppers and the resources available to the community as well as offering tips on how to help kupuna from becoming victims of crimes such as assaults, home invasions, telephone scams, and romance scams and what to do if they notice suspicious activity or a crime taking place.
Eric S.T. Young, Attorney at Law, talks about Estate Planning & Administration, resolving Trust & Probate Disputes, and Estate Taxes.
Jared N. Kawashima, Managing Partner with Yee & Kawashima LLLP, discusses the process of Estate Planning and how Hawaii’s new Uniform Trust Code can supplement trust agreements.
Listen in as we speak with Scott Suzuki, Attorney at Law as he shares his knowledge on Elder Law and Special Needs Planning. Since graduating from Law school in 2004, Scott Suzuki continues to provide services caring for Kupuna along with obtaining a Masters in Public Health with a focus in Gerontology. Tune in to learn more about Scott and …
Stacy Takekawa, attorney at Estate Planning Group talks about the basics and essentials of estate planning. She discusses the benefits of establishing a power of attorney and further details that coincide with real estate. Stay tuned for additional information.
We talked with Kanani Makaimoku, attorney at Sterling & Tucker on the importance of a living trust and recommendations to better prepare you for your estate needs. Stay tuned as we share a common scenario that involve frequently asked questions and awareness that it’s never too early to start planning for your future.