Your LLC’s Name
Your new Hawaii LLC’s name must not be the same or deceptively similar to any other business entity (corporation, LLC, partnership, etc.) name on file (registered or reserved) at the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.
Additionally, the LLC’s name must end with in the words “Limited Company” or “Limited Liability Company,” or the abbreviations “L.C.” or “L.L.C.” You can also abbreviate “Limited” as “Ltd.” and “Company” as “Co.” All of the letters in the LLC’s name must be from the English alphabet.
One exception: you can apply to use a name that is not readily distinguishable from another business’ name if the current owner or user gives written permission, or if a court order says you can.
You can reserve an available name with the DCCA for up to 120 days, but it will cost you a $10 fee.