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Nova Scotia Guardianship KitIn 2009, I looked at the options available to families in Nova Scotia who recognized a need to obtain guardianship of their young adult child and I realized, that for many families, there simply weren’t any.

They say you’re either part of the problem or part of the solution. I wanted to be part of the solution. And that is why I created a new option: The Nova Scotia Legal Guardianship Kit.

The Nova Scotia Legal Guardianship Kit will provide you with all the precedent documents required to bring a guardianship application in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.guardianship girl

But, more importantly, The Nova Scotia Legal Guardianship Kit will provide you with the information you need to properly fill out and tailor those documents so as to accurately represent your unique situation.

In addition, you will be walked through the process to be followed in filing the documents and the actual court appearance, itself.  It will also help you understand your ongoing duties and responsibilities as a guardian.

Before purchasing, I want you to be sure that the Nova Scotia Legal Guardianship Kit is the right choice for your family. For that reason I strongly recommend that you work your way through a few basic questions concerning guardianship and read this additional information about the Kit.

*includes HST and $21.56 for shipping to anywhere in Nova Scotia


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.

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