Hawaii Gay Lesbian Civil Union Guide
Please note: This provides general information, not legal advice. Entering a civil union will be a major step because the law provides all spousal rights and obligations under Hawaii law to civil union partners. Yet, you may still need wills, powers of attorney, second parent adoptions, and other legal documents to protect you, especially when traveling. You should consult an attorney about your needs. Long-term couples and those with significant property especially should get advice about possible tax consequences and ways to protect pre-civil union property.
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Facts About Civil Unions in Hawaii (9 entries)This guide is a joint project of Equality Hawaii, Lambda Legal, and ACLU of Hawaii
Steps to Getting Civil Unions In Hawaii (7 entries)By Hawaii State Dept. of Health