In Hawaii, both parents have a duty to provide financial support for their children.  The law generally requires the noncustodial parent to pay support to the custodial parent, or the higher earning parent to pay the lower earning parent in joint custody, according to formulas established by the state of Hawaii.  Our family law attorneys are well versed with these formulas and can help you calculate a potential child support obligation with the ultimate goal of maintaining your child’s quality of life.

  • Basic Factors

  • Family Court / Child Support Orders

  • Child Support Enforcement Agency

  • OCSH

  • Post Order Modifications

  • Definitions / Terms