Annabel Murray is an experienced and well-respected child advocate and litigator who has been practicing Family Law in Hawaii for 25 years. Annabel’s practice focused on the representation of abused and neglected children until 1997, when she helped to create and manage Na Keiki Law Center, a project of Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii.
Annabel, a trained Collaborative Divorce attorney, is a member of the Collaborative Divorce Hawaii Practice group. Annabel’s goal is to help parents avoid harmful divorce litigation and overcome conflict in order to minimize the trauma they and their children experience during divorce and separation.
Stacy Fukuhara-Barclay has been a licensed attorney since 1998. She started her career as a corporate attorney, but transitioned to a child advocate a few years later. She is an experienced Guardian Ad Litem, Custody Evaluator, Parenting Coordinator, Consultant, and Mediator. Stacy’s goal is to help parents and caregivers minimize conflict and focus on their children’s best interest. She believes that most parents want to act in their children’s best interest and will do so if given the information and support. Stacy is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. She is currently serving in her second term as the chair of the Hawaii State Bar Association’s Child Law Section.