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Ms. Michelle Scully Hobus

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Phone: (808) ***-****  HQ Phone
Hawaii State Bar Association
1100 Alakea Street Suite 1000
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
United States

Company Description: The Hawaii State Bar Association (HSBA) was founded on June 24, 1899. It was formally incorporated in 1985 as a non-profit trade organization under Section...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Gonzaga University
  • Juris Doctor
    University of San Francisco Law School
  • Bachelor's degree , Arts and Sciences
    Gonzaga University
  • Juris Doctor degree
    University of San Francisco School of Law
  • Law School
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"We are pleased that Ms. ...
www.sterlingandtucker.com, 28 Sept 2009 [cached]
"We are pleased that Ms. Hobus, Ms. Glaus and Ms. Young-Kagamida are qualified and have stepped up to the challenge of providing business and family continuity so essential to our clients in estate preservation," said founding partner Michelle Tucker.
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A four year Dean's List student, Ms. Hobus received her Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Cum Laude in 1988 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Following college, Ms. Hobus spent a year with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in San Francisco, living and working with homeless women and children. After completing law school, she once again worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India. In 1992, Ms. Hobus received her Juris Doctor from University of San Francisco Law School. She was admitted to the California State Bar in 1992, and in 2003, to the Hawaii State Bar. Since joining the firm in 2004, Ms. Hobus has assisted clients in preserving their financial legacies with estate and disability planning.
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Honolulu Hawaii Elder Law, Medicaid, Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys: Sterling & Tucker of Honolulu
www.hawaiimedicaid.com, 15 June 2008 [cached]
Michelle Scully HobusHonolulu Hawaii Elder Law, Medicaid, Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys: Sterling & Tucker of Honolulu
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About Michelle Scully HobusMichelle Scully Hobus is an associate attorney in the law firm of Sterling & Tucker.Michelle Scully Hobus' love of helping others has directed her career path, from California to Calcutta, and ultimately led her to Hawaii, and to Sterling & Tucker.Since joining the firm in 2004, Ms. Hobus has assisted clients in preserving their financial legacies with estate and disability planning.She also intimately understands the need for planning for young families who are just starting out, or starting a family.Her focus is always client-centered, and she is a frequent presenter of Sterling and Tucker's monthly educational seminars on Oahu and in Hilo.She continues to service clients in both areas.
Originally an attorney with a California insurance and municipality firm, Ms. Hobus took a leave of absence from practicing law after a tragic event in her personal life.While living in San Francisco with her husband, a Punahou graduate who was also an attorney, she was wounded by a deranged former client who went on a shooting spree at the prestigious San Francisco law firm where her husband was working, and where she happened to be visiting.Her husband was shot and killed while saving Michelle's life.
In the aftermath, Ms. Hobus dedicated herself to violence prevention and the passage of reasonable firearms legislation.She formed a nonprofit organization, Legal Community Against Violence, and became involved with Handgun Control Inc. (The Brady Campaign) which brought her lobbying efforts to Washington, where she provided testimony before the United States Congress.
Ms. Hobus is the recipient of the Sue Kingsley Volunteer Award, Handgun Control, Inc in Washington, D.C., the Points of Light Award from San Francisco's Points of Light Foundation, the Courage To Care Award, from the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence in Los Angeles and the Leadership Award from American Jewish Congress in San Francisco.
A four year Dean's List student, Ms. Hobus received her Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Cum Laude in 1988 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA.Following college, Ms. Hobus spent a year with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in San Francisco, living and working with homeless women and children.After completing law school, she once again worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta.In 1992, Ms. Hobus received her Juris Doctor from University of San Francisco Law School.She was admitted to the California State Bar in 1992, and in 2003, to the Hawaii State Bar.
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About Sterling & Tucker, Attorneys at Law
www.hawaiielderlaw.com, 26 Feb 2010 [cached]
Michelle S. Hobus Michelle S. Hobus is an associate attorney in the law firm of Sterling & Tucker. Michelle Scully Hobus' love of helping others has directed her career path, from California to Calcutta, and ultimately led her to Hawaii, and to Sterling & Tucker. Since joining the firm in 2004, Ms. Hobus has assisted clients in preserving their financial legacies with estate and disability planning. She also intimately understands the need for planning for young families who are just starting out, or starting a family. Her focus is always client-centered, and she is a frequent presenter of Sterling and Tucker's monthly educational seminars on Oahu and in Hilo. She continues to service clients in both areas.
Personal Originally an attorney with a California insurance and municipality firm, Ms. Hobus took a leave of absence from practicing law after a tragic event in her personal life. While living in San Francisco with her husband, a Punahou graduate who was also an attorney, she was wounded by a deranged former client who went on a shooting spree at the prestigious San Francisco law firm where her husband was working, and where she happened to be visiting. Her husband was shot and killed while saving Michelle's life.
In the aftermath, Ms. Hobus dedicated herself to violence prevention and the passage of reasonable firearms legislation. She formed a nonprofit organization, Legal Community Against Violence, and became involved with Handgun Control Inc. (The Brady Campaign) which brought her lobbying efforts to Washington, where she provided testimony before the United States Congress.
Ms. Hobus is the recipient of the Sue Kingsley Volunteer Award, Handgun Control, Inc in Washington, D.C., the Points of Light Award from San Francisco's Points of Light Foundation, the Courage To Care Award, from the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence in Los Angeles and the Leadership Award from American Jewish Congress in San Francisco.
Education A four year Dean's List student, Ms. Hobus received her Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Cum Laude in 1988 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Following college, Ms. Hobus spent a year with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in San Francisco, living and working with homeless women and children. After completing law school, she once again worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India. In 1992, Ms. Hobus received her Juris Doctor from University of San Francisco Law School. She was admitted to the California State Bar in 1992, and in 2003, to the Hawaii State Bar.
Honolulu Hawaii Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys | Sterling & Tucker
www.sterlingandtucker.com, 28 Sept 2009 [cached]
Michelle Scully Hobus Honolulu Hawaii Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys | Sterling & Tucker
Honolulu Hawaii Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys | Sterling & Tucker
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About Michelle Scully Hobus Michelle Scully Hobus is an associate attorney in the law firm of Sterling & Tucker. Michelle Scully Hobus’ love of helping others has directed her career path, from California to Calcutta, and ultimately led her to Hawaii, and to Sterling & Tucker. Since joining the firm in 2004, Ms. Hobus has assisted clients in preserving their financial legacies with estate and disability planning. She also intimately understands the need for planning for young families who are just starting out, or starting a family. Her focus is always client-centered, and she is a frequent presenter of Sterling and Tucker’s monthly educational seminars on Oahu and in Hilo. She continues to service clients in both areas.
Originally an attorney with a California insurance and municipality firm, Ms. Hobus took a leave of absence from practicing law after a tragic event in her personal life. While living in San Francisco with her husband, a Punahou graduate who was also an attorney, she was wounded by a deranged former client who went on a shooting spree at the prestigious San Francisco law firm where her husband was working, and where she happened to be visiting. Her husband was shot and killed while saving Michelle’s life.
In the aftermath, Ms. Hobus dedicated herself to violence prevention and the passage of reasonable firearms legislation. She formed a nonprofit organization, Legal Community Against Violence, and became involved with Handgun Control Inc. (The Brady Campaign) which brought her lobbying efforts to Washington, where she provided testimony before the United States Congress.
Ms. Hobus is the recipient of the Sue Kingsley Volunteer Award, Handgun Control, Inc in Washington, D.C., the Points of Light Award from San Francisco’s Points of Light Foundation, the Courage To Care Award, from the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence in Los Angeles and the Leadership Award from American Jewish Congress in San Francisco.
A four year Dean’s List student, Ms. Hobus received her Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Cum Laude in 1988 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Following college, Ms. Hobus spent a year with Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity in San Francisco, living and working with homeless women and children. After completing law school, she once again worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta. In 1992, Ms. Hobus received her Juris Doctor from University of San Francisco Law School. She was admitted to the California State Bar in 1992, and in 2003, to the Hawaii State Bar.
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Michelle Scully Hobus
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Michelle Scully Hobus
Honolulu Hawaii Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys Sterling & Tucker
www.sterlingandtucker.com, 8 Feb 2009 [cached]
Michelle Scully Hobus Honolulu Hawaii Estate Planning, Probate and Living Trusts Attorneys Sterling & Tucker
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About Michelle Scully Hobus Michelle Scully Hobus is an associate attorney in the law firm of Sterling & Tucker. Michelle Scully Hobus' love of helping others has directed her career path, from California to Calcutta, and ultimately led her to Hawaii, and to Sterling & Tucker. Since joining the firm in 2004, Ms. Hobus has assisted clients in preserving their financial legacies with estate and disability planning. She also intimately understands the need for planning for young families who are just starting out, or starting a family. Her focus is always client-centered, and she is a frequent presenter of Sterling and Tucker's monthly educational seminars on Oahu and in Hilo. She continues to service clients in both areas.
Originally an attorney with a California insurance and municipality firm, Ms. Hobus took a leave of absence from practicing law after a tragic event in her personal life. While living in San Francisco with her husband, a Punahou graduate who was also an attorney, she was wounded by a deranged former client who went on a shooting spree at the prestigious San Francisco law firm where her husband was working, and where she happened to be visiting. Her husband was shot and killed while saving Michelle's life.
In the aftermath, Ms. Hobus dedicated herself to violence prevention and the passage of reasonable firearms legislation. She formed a nonprofit organization, Legal Community Against Violence, and became involved with Handgun Control Inc. (The Brady Campaign) which brought her lobbying efforts to Washington, where she provided testimony before the United States Congress.
Ms. Hobus is the recipient of the Sue Kingsley Volunteer Award, Handgun Control, Inc in Washington, D.C., the Points of Light Award from San Francisco's Points of Light Foundation, the Courage To Care Award, from the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence in Los Angeles and the Leadership Award from American Jewish Congress in San Francisco.
A four year Dean's List student, Ms. Hobus received her Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated Cum Laude in 1988 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Following college, Ms. Hobus spent a year with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in San Francisco, living and working with homeless women and children. After completing law school, she once again worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta. In 1992, Ms. Hobus received her Juris Doctor from University of San Francisco Law School. She was admitted to the California State Bar in 1992, and in 2003, to the Hawaii State Bar.
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