Meg Obenauf is an attorney and the founder of Obenauf Law Group. She strives to help families pass on their wealth simply, without conflict, drama, or taxes. Meg helps parents of minor children create plans so that your keiki are never out of the hands of your loved ones, even for a moment, if the unthinkable should occur. She also consults with seniors and their families to protect their money and property from the ravages of nursing home and long-term care costs. Working with Meg means avoiding the financial and emotional stress that occurs when a senior is no longer able to care for him- or herself. She works with clients to create customized plans designed to ensure that your wishes are recognized and followed.

Working with Meg means that your estate plan will encompass asset reservation and continuity but also the nonfinancial stories and wisdom you wish to pass along.

Meg recognizes the importance of incentivizing her clients to keep in touch with her, so your plan works when you need it, so all estate planning services at Obenauf Law Group are billed on a flat-fee basis with NO surprise bills or hourly rates. The team at Obenauf Law Group wants their clients not to be afraid to call and email them!

Meg is a graduate of Harvard Law School. She resides in upcountry Maui with her family.

Meg Obenauf


Professional Advisor in Philanthropy Award
Hawaii Community Foundation, 2018

Forty under 40
Pacific Business News, 2012

Spirit Award
Rotary District 5000, 2011

Irving R. Kaufman Public Service Fellowship
Harvard Law School, 1999

Edith Fine Fellowship
Harvard Law School, 1998

Irving R. Kaufman Public Service Fellowship
Harvard Law School, 1998

Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa
University of Illinois, 1995