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Pacific Lawyers - An Affiliation of Law Firms Serving the Pacific


Pacific LawyersSM is an affiliation of law firms with attorneys in Hawaii, Guam, Saipan, American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia (Pohnpei, Chuuk, Yap, and Kosrae), Marshall Islands, and the Philippines. Our experienced attorneys work together from the islands where they reside to represent an international clientele in many industries and with diverse legal needs in all of the islands we serve.

Our clients include major public corporations, privately held and family businesses, entrepreneurs, start-up and emerging growth companies, investors, governments, public agencies and individuals. Our legal services include all aspects of business law, tax law, litigation, banking law, admiralty and maritime law, insurance law, immigration law, real estate law, wills, trusts and probate law, foreign investment, and intellectual property law.

The attorneys of Pacific LawyersSM are dedicated to providing quality legal services and representation in a responsive, timely and cost-efficient manner, and developing productive long-term relationships with each client. Whether you are in Hawaii, Guam, Saipan, Micronesia or the Philippines, our attorneys are available to meet with you and address your needs. We believe that working with our clients today will prevent problems arising tomorrow.

We sincerely welcome you to visit our website to learn about the broad scope of high quality legal services offered by each of our firms.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER The information on this website is not given or intended to be taken as legal advice, but instead, as an introduction to the firms listed here. The attorneys listed here are not each admitted to practice in all jurisdictions. Please see the information for each attorney as to where they are admitted to practice. Your visit to this site does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you send an email to an attorney listed here, sending that email does not create an attorney-client relationship, or obligate the attorney who receives the email to keep it confidential, or preclude that attorney from later representing or continuing to represent a party adverse to you. If you need legal advice, or if you want to retain an attorney, you must have an individual consultation with an attorney in person or by phone. Only after your case has been formally accepted by the firm through a written retainer agreement should you consider yourself as a client.