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 came in to force on December 28, 2017.
Guardianship is no more, having been replaced by “representation”, a much more finely tuned instrument.
Families who recognize the need to obtain representation [“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:
** THIS PAGE WILL BE FURTHER UPDATED WITH PURCHASE AND PAYMENT
INFORMATION ONCE THE NEW NOVA SCOTIA REPRESENTATION FOR ADULTS KIT IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.
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.
I am also pleased to offer you the option of purchasing the Nova Scotia Legal Guardianship Kit and then retaining MMC Legal Services only on an as needed basis; whether it be to assist you with any questions you may have along the way or to simply give you the peace of mind of having the documents reviewed by a lawyer before they are filed with the Court.