Kauai Law Firm Has 150 Years of Combined Legal Experience
Established on the Island of Kauai in 1995 and dedicated to helping people in real estate law, administrative law and business law
Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP serves businesses and individuals in real estate law, administrative law and business law. Our attorneys have more than 150 years of combined legal experience. We also have significant governmental agency experience, providing us with in-depth knowledge that helps us solve your legal problems. Contact our Lihue, Hawaii office today to find out how we can help.
Our attorneys at Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP are dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding:
-General civil practice
-Labor and employment
-Tax and trust law
Respected law firm carries on a rich tradition of quality legal service started in 1971
Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP was established on February 1, 1995, as a continuation of the branch office of a prominent Honolulu law firm. The original branch office was opened on Kaua'i in 1971. Our firm has expanded from four to seven lawyers and is presently the largest private practice law firm in Hawaii outside of Honolulu. We have 150 years of combined legal experience on the island of Kaua'i.
What you can expect from Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP
Our team of skilled attorneys strives to be the premier general practice law firm on the island of Kaua'i. We assist our clients in areas of the law often neglected, such as real estate law, administrative law and business law. Our lawyers provide you with personalized attention. When necessary, we can refer you to skilled counsel who focus on an area of the law we do not.
4334 Rice Street, Suite 202, Watumull Plaza
Lihue HI 96766
Real Estate Law in Hawaii
Experienced Lihue real estate lawyers
The attorneys at Hawaii's Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP apply their extensive knowledge about property rights, real estate issues, finance and business to all areas of real estate law. With more than 150 years of combined experience in real estate law, Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP can help you with:
-Residential home sales transactions
-Commercial property sales transactions
-Real estate contracts
-Zoning, land-use and building permits
-Boundary and easement disputes
Real estate transaction attorneys
From offer to sale, the attorneys at Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP handle all aspects of buying and selling real estate and construction, so that you can feel confident about a smooth and precise transaction. Our attorneys can:
-Draft or review your sales contract
-Negotiate real estate agreements
-Review your lending documents
-Search and clear title
-Analyze your deal and rectify potential problems
-Handle land use, zoning and permitting
-Conduct your real estate closing
Real estate litigation attorneys
Real estate litigation requires substantial knowledge about property laws and civil litigation, as well as a dynamic courtroom presence. At Belles Graham Proudfoot Wilson & Chun, LLP our attorneys possess the in-depth knowledge necessary to successfully litigate your real estate disputes.
Real estate negotiators
Some disputes are better solved outside of the courtroom. Our effective mediators guide negotiations to protect your interests. By retaining an experienced mediator to strategize during the contract negotiation process, you can often prevent disputes from arising at a later stage in the real estate transaction. This can save time, costs and frustration.
-Zoning, planning and land use
-Hawaii and U.S. District Court, District of Hawaii, 1981
-U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit
-Gonzaga University, J.D.
Associations & memberships
-Kauai and Hawaii State Bar Associations
-Hawaii State Senator, 1998-2002
-Deputy Corporation Counsel, City and County of Honolulu, 1984-1992
-First Deputy County Attorney, County of Kauai, 1992-1998
-Hyatt Corp. v. Honolulu Liquor Commission, 69 Haw. 238, 738 P. 2d 1205 (1987);
-McCloskey v. Honolulu Police Department, 71 Haw. 568, 799 P.2d 953 (1990);
-Austin v. City and County of Honolulu, 840 F.2d 678 (9th Cir., 1988);
-Young v. Planning Commission, 89 Haw. 400, 974 P.2nd 40 (1999).