STAY SAFE AND STAY STRONG NOVA SCOTIA
July 1, 2020 marked 6 years in my disability practice and I’ve loved every moment. Although taking July and August off, I will be returning to practice in September and will be available over the summer to book appointments. I look forward to hearing from you.
NOTE: Nova Scotia’s new adult adult representation [formerly known as “adult guardianship”] legislation (the Adult Capacity and Decision-Making Act) came in to force on December 28, 2017.
Families who recognize the need to obtain representation [formerly “adult guardianship”] of an adult family member often have very limited options and face significant obstacles, such as
Should you choose to retain me to bring a representation application, you will experience the additional benefit that comes from retaining counsel who has been a member of the disability community for over 20 years.
In the near future, I hope to be able to offer Nova Scotia families two new options:
Listen to my interview on CBC’s Main Street program regarding this new legislation and it’s potential effect on families in the disability community.