free legal services for first respondersAs the COVID-19 crisis was growing in Hawaii, Maui attorney Meg Obenauf, running her law office from her living room, wondered what she and her team could do to help while under stay-at-home orders. “We were stuck at home, and I loved seeing so many people contribute by making face masks, but I don’t know how to sew,” recalled Obenauf. Then they began getting calls to the office from worried health care workers wanting to make wills and health care directives in the event they got sick or even passed away from their exposure to the coronavirus.