Hearing starts for whether Hawaii heiress needs conservator

  • Abigail Kawananakoa testifies in court in Honolulu on Monday, March 9, 2020. The 93-year-old Native Hawaiian heiress doesn't need anyone to handle her estate because she isn't dead yet, she testified Monday during a hearing to determine whether she needs a conservator to oversee her $215 million trust. (AP Photo/Jennifer Sinco Kelleher)

HONOLULU — A 93-year-old Native Hawaiian heiress doesn’t need anyone to handle her estate because she isn’t dead yet, she testified Monday during a hearing to determine whether she needs a conservator to oversee her $215 million trust.