The Judiciary’s role in serving the public extends far beyond the courtroom. Our support services meet a variety of needs that may arise as you proceed with your case.
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution designs programs to help people reach solutions outside of court.
- Adult Client Victim Services
This service helps victims with concerns over offenders who have sentencing pending or have already been sentenced to probation.
- ADA Accommodation
Learn more about services and accommodations available for persons with disabilities.
- Court Interpreting
The Judiciary uses interpreters when a party or witness in a case has limited English proficiency or is unable to hear, understand, speak or use English sufficiently to effectively participate in court proceedings.
- Hawai`i Children’s Justice Centers
The Hawai`i Children’s Justice Centers help children who are victims of abuse and neglect through the judicial process.
- Supreme Court Law Library Services
Learn about policies and services of the Supreme Court Law Library through this handbook. Includes information about hours, borrowing privileges and CD-ROM services.
- Volunteer Settlement Master (VSM) Process
Court-based program relies on volunteer Family Law attorneys to help divorcing couples settle their differences before going to trial.
- Legal Services
If you need legal services, you have several options. This information, found in the Attorneys section of our site, provides some starting points.