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About the Firm
 


Overview

Karen Temple, Attorney at Law LLLC is a Maui-based limited liability law company. The firm's clientele includes residents of Maui County and individuals who live elsewhere (throughout the world) but who have assets, own or wish to acquire real property on Maui, or other estate planning matters on Maui.

Our goal is to provide legal services to our clients, within the scope of our practice, in as professional and efficient a manner as possible, at a reasonable cost.

Karen Temple
Education
:
- Western New England College of Law - Springfield, MA (In Progress)
  LLM in Estate Planning & Elder Law
- Willamette University College of Law - Salem, Oregon (1994)
  Juris Doctor
- University of California, Santa Barbara - Santa Barbara, California (1988)
  B.A. Business Economics
Organizations:
- Hawaii Bar Association
  - Member:
    - Probate Section
    - Under Law Section
    - Real Estate Section
- American Bar Association
- Maui County Bar Association
- Naela
Community Involvement:
- Maui Estate Planning Council (1995-1997)
- Hospice Maui, Board of Directors (2003-2010), President (2009)
- Maui Coastal Land Trust, Board of Directors (2000-2002)
- Gold Star Wealth Management (2011-2013)

Wailuku Executive Center • 24 North Church Street, Suite 200 • Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Thursday • 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Friday
Tel: (808) 244-8222 • Fax: (808) 242-7621
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