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Law Office of Alethea Rebman

Alethea Rebman is a former C & C of Honolulu deputy prosecuting attorney and trusts & estates attorney. She has lived in Hawaii for twenty five years and holds a BA from Hawaii Pacific University, summa cum laude in International Studies. She received her JD from Cornell Law School with a Specialization in International Legal Affairs and with a concentration in business law and regulation, serving as Managing Editor of the Legal Information Institute (LII), and attended the Cornell-Sorbonne International Law Institute at the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Alethea is an arbitrator with the Court Appointed Arbitrator Program (CAAP), Board President of Kapiolani Park Preservation Society, Board President of Citizen Voice, on the Advisory Committee of Healthy Democracy Education Project, and volunteers at Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii's neighborhood clinics. alethea@rebmanlaw.com

Senior paralegal Nikki Marie has over twenty years of paralegal experience and is knowledgeable about all Hawaii civil courts. She is a longtime resident of Hawaii and has a wide variety of outdoor and water hobbies. nikki@rebmanlaw.com

Bookkeeper Jane Krauss worked for a Big Six accounting firm and now serves as comptroller for another firm and as bookkeeper for our firm. jane@rebmanlaw.com

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