Full Service Hawaii Family Law Practice
Going through a family law matter is often stressful and difficult. Your family law case may, at times, cause you to feel upset or anxious. Dealing with a contested divorce, custody case, or child support case, can be exhausting. Even if your family court case is amicable, there may be moments when you feel overwhelmed or wonder if you are doing the right thing for yourself or your child. This stress may affect your judgment. It is easy to make the wrong decision in a time of crisis.
Louis J. Markee, attorney-at-law, has handled hundreds of divorces and other family law matters, and he can help you through this process. His comforting refrain is, “one day this will be over.”
Mr. Markee offers a free telephone interview in which he will give you an idea of how much your case will cost, how long it will take, and what to expect. Mr. Markee cannot give you specific legal advice about your situation until you become his client, and have discussed the specific facts in your case. However, a phone call may give you the information that you need to move to the next step of choosing an attorney.
About Mr. Markee
Louis J. Markee was born and raised in Hawaii, and attended law school at the University of Santa Clara Law School in California. He has practiced law for over 30 years. He is admitted to practice in all the courts in the State of Hawaii, and Federal District Court. He has appeared in Family Court hundreds of times, and has argued in the Hawaii Supreme Court, Federal District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. He is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association and the Family Law Section.
His area of concentration is in family law. He routinely handles cases involving divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, paternity, adoption, guardianship and restraining orders.
In an uncontested case in divorce, paternity, or adoption, you will be charged a flat fee. A flat fee means that you will know exactly what you will need to pay.
If your case is contested, usually meaning the other party does not agree to the terms then you will be charged an hourly rate. The total cost will be depend on the time needed to put into your case.