Richard J. Sakoda is a partner at Sterling & Tucker, LLP. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii. Richard was admitted to practice before all Hawaii state courts and the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii in 1992. In his private practice, Richard focuses on various areas including estate planning, special needs planning for individuals with disabilities and families with disabled children, probate, trust administration, Medicaid planning, and gift taxes. Sterling & Tucker, LLP is committed to providing comprehensive and personalized estate planning services tailored to meet the specific needs of their clients. The firm is dedicated to offering high-quality resources to help clients understand the available options for estate planning. They strive to create a comfortable environment where clients can openly discuss these vital matters that concern both themselves and their families. Sterling & Tucker offers a complimentary one-hour consultation, as well as webinars and seminars, to provide valuable information and guidance to their clients.
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