A closer look at quiet title process

Hawaii’s history is filled with examples of families who have had to deal with the issue of fragmented title as ancestors pass away without leaving wills identifying who will inherit the lands left as their legacy.

Political winds stirred by political waters

It is not an exaggeration to say that political careers will rise and fall on the actions or inactions taken by legislators with regards to the success or failure of HB1326 HD2 (referred to by opponents as the water theft bill).

‘Pay-per-mile’ proposal doesn’t add up

Having read the recent article on the proposal to change from a state tax on gas and diesel fuel, to a pay-per-mile charge, I decided to look into the actual numbers being used to justify the change, and to see who the winners and losers would be.