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Cain & Herren ALC’s mission is to enhance the lives of the people of Hawaii by providing valuable guidance, advocating for and protecting rights while humanizing legal representation.
With over fifty years of collective legal experience, the attorneys at Cain & Herren, ALC, specialize in consumer bankruptcy, divorce, criminal defense and loan modification. The firm services all islands and offers free consultations for bankruptcy. At five attorneys and thirteen employees, Cain & Herren, ALC, is the largest law firm on Maui, providing unparalleled customer service and to assist clients in negotiating stressful financial and domestic disputes in a cost-effective manner.
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Cain & Herren, ALC
2141 West Vineyard Street
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Telephone: (808) 242-9350
Facsimile: (808) 242-6139
David W. Cain
David Cain is an honors graduate from the Ohio State University and from the New England School of Law in Boston. Attorney Cain has practiced in Boston and on Maui for over twenty years.
Benard M. Herren
Ben M. Herren is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Law, and has practiced law for 20 years. Ben was a prosecutor for the State of Alaska for 13 years, involved in all types of criminal cases, including high profile homicide prosecutions and appeals. Ben also served as a prosecutor for the County of Maui before going into private practice. He now uses his extensive trial experience to assist those facing divorce and related family law issues, as well as in the defense of those facing criminal charges.
Mr. Collins is a consumer bankruptcy attorney who focuses the majority of his practice on Chapter 7 bankruptcies and has personally filed over 1700 bankruptcy cases. He also specializes in representing owner-occupants and investors who are losing properties in foreclosure. He is a court-appointed commissioner in judicial foreclosures and also was trained as a mediator for non-judicial foreclosures under Act 48 as amended by Act 182.