Noah Gibson currently practices family law at Coates Frey Tanimoto and Gibson LLLC family law firm in Honolulu, Hawaii and his practice includes divorce, alimony, property division paternity child custody support guardianship prenuptial agreements and temporary restraining orders (TROs).
Gibson earned an undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor before enrolling at the University of Hawaii – Manoa William S Richardson School of Law to receive his Juris Doctor with a Certificate in Native Hawaiian Law. Licensed to practice law throughout Hawaii state courts.
Early Life and Education
Gib was brought up in rural southern surroundings and learned the value of hard work from an early age. He loved hunting, fishing and playing traditional Irish music as hobbies; working in his yard; tinkering on cars; reading William S Burroughs and Thomas Merton books were among his favorites.
Gibson’s early works, such as Neuromancer (1984) and Count Zero (1986), explored sociological developments in near-future urban environments and postindustrial society – leading many critics to credit them with rejuvenating science fiction literature in the 1980s.
Coates Frey Tanimoto & Gibson, LLLC in Honolulu is home to family law attorney Jason Gibson who specializes in complex family legal matters such as divorce, alimony, property division, paternity proceedings, child custody/support proceedings and prenuptial agreements, guardianship arrangements and temporary restraining orders (TROs). Jason represents clients throughout Hawaii.
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Noah Gibson is an Honolulu-based Family Law Attorney and managing partner of Coates Frey Tanimoto & Gibson LLLC, where his primary area of practice focuses on family law – providing guidance for complex matters like divorce/separation/alimony/property division/paternity rights/child custody/support arrangements/domestic violence abuse issues for clients.
At the University of Michigan Ann Arbor he earned an undergraduate degree in economics, before earning his Juris Doctor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa William S Richardson School of Law with a certificate in Native Hawaiian Law in 2010.
Achievement and Honors
Noah Gibson is known for his distinctive artistic voice and bold artistic risks. With numerous albums under his belt and work across different art fields – his music spans multiple styles and genres all sharing an inimitable sound – and membership on Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii board which helps local communities care for their beaches through beach cleanup events, Noah Gibson is well known.
He has received multiple awards and honors, such as a John R. Justice Grant in criminal defense and an HSBA “Justice” Award. In 2010, he obtained both his undergraduate degree from University of Michigan as well as law degrees from both William S Richardson School of Law (UH Manoa) and Native Hawaiian Law Certificate Program of Hawaii University Manoa School.
Gibson is actively involved with professional organizations outside of his law practice. He serves as a member of Hawaii State Bar Association’s Family Law Section and as both West Hawaii and Oahu Young Leader Delegate Delegate Delegate for Young Leader Development respectively; in 2016 he also earned an HSBA Leadership Institute Fellow fellowship award.
He serves on the Board of Directors for Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, an organization which inspires communities to care for their coastlines through beach cleanup events. When not volunteering or serving on boards, he enjoys practicing muay thai and being outdoors as often as possible.
Noah Gibson lives and practices family law in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is married with two young children and currently works for Coates Frey Tanimoto & Gibson, LLP as an associate. His areas of specialization include divorce/separation/alimony/child support/property division issues/guardianship agreements/prenuptial agreements as well as criminal/civil domestic abuse charges/cases (both criminal & civil). Noah Gibson is admitted before both State and Federal Court.
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