Our office hours are 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM (Hawaiʻi Standard Time) M-F, excluding State holidays.
Our office telephone and fax numbers, mailing address and location are provided below:
CAUTION! Do not send to the OCSH faxes and other communications that should be sent to the CSEA.
The OCSH is a separate office with different purposes from the CSEA. Before sending communications to OCSH, please read our “OCSH Overview” information and other portions of our website for information about OCSH. You may learn that the communication you were intending to send to the OCSH should be sent elsewhere. Please be aware that any communication sent to our office regarding a specific hearing should also be sent to the CSEA and to the other party.
Please contact the CSEA for questions relating to collections, payments, and other enforcement issues.
CSEA public numbers are:
Toll free from Molokaʻi, Lanaʻi, and the Mainland: 1 (888) 317-9081
OCSH Phone/Fax numbers
Phone: (808) 692-7110
Fax: (808) 692-7114
Office of Child Support Hearings
601 Kamokila Blvd., Room 436
Kapolei, HI 96707
Kākuhihewa Building, Kapolei
Public Parking is available in the metered lot for Kākuhihewa Building. The current cost is 50 cents per hour. Please bring quarters if you will be using the metered lot.
Neighbor Island Hearing Locations
Hawaiʻi (Big Island) Hearings
Hawaiʻi (Big Island) hearings are conducted at the CSEA Hilo Branch: 88 Kanoelehua Avenue, Suite 202, Hilo. The Hearing Officer appears by phone from Oahu.
Maui hearings are conducted at the CSEA Maui Branch: 35 Lunalilo Street, Suite 201, Wailuku. The Hearing Officer and CSEA representative appear by phone from Oahu.
Kauaʻi Hearings are held at the CSEA Kauai Branch: 4180 Rice Street, Suite 104, Lihue. The Hearing Officer and CSEA representative appear by phone from Oahu.
From Honolulu: Take H-1 west to the Makakilo/Kapolei exit. Upon exiting H-1 turn left onto Makakilo Drive. Turn right at the first intersection onto Kamokila Boulevard. Proceed directly through the next several traffic lights. The Kākuhihewa Building is a six-story building on Kamokila Boulevard across from the Kapolei Theaters and K-Mart. Turn left onto Ulu’ohi’a Street, the first street after the Kapolei Theaters, then turn right into the driveway to the parking lot for Kākuhihewa Building. Upon your arrival at the Kākuhihewa Building proceed to the second floor, Room 251, for your hearing. You will be required to pass through a metal detector at the entrance to Room 251.
From Waiʻanae: Drive east on Farrington Highway toward Honolulu to the Campbell Industrial Park exit. Turn left at the first traffic light onto Kapolei Parkway and proceed to Kamokila Boulevard. Take a left onto Kamokila Boulevard. The Kākuhihewa Building will be on your right. The Kākuhihewa Building is a six-story building across Kamokila Boulevard from K-Mart and the Kapolei Theaters. Turn right onto Ulu’ohi’a Street, then turn right into the driveway to the parking lot for Kākuhihewa Building. Upon your arrival at the Kākuhihewa Building proceed to the second floor, Room 251, for your hearing. You will be required to pass through a metal detector at the entrance to Room 251.