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Disability Community

"Everybody comes to a point in their life when they want to quit, but it's what you do at that moment that determines who you are."
~ David Goggins

 

IN AN EFFORT TO INCREASE ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN THE DISABILITY COMMUNITY, MMC LEGAL SERVICES IS PLEASED TO OFFER “UNBUNDLED” LEGAL SERVICES.

Unbundled Legal ServicesUnbundled Services are legal services provided only to deal with particular aspects of your situation, without retaining the lawyer to handle the entire matter.

The beauty of Unbundling Legal Services is the client can pick and choose what (if any) actions they wish the lawyer to do on their behalf and what they would prefer to themselves, resulting in significant cost-savings for the client.

  1. Legal Coaching
  2. Navigating the Legal Process
  3. Document Preparation and Review

THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE MANY BENEFITS OF HAVING
ACCESS TO UNBUNDLED LEGAL SERVICES

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A Primer on Special Needs and the Law -
A "blawg" dedicated to providing practical advice to assist individuals with special needs and their family members in Nova Scotia with navigating the educational and community services systems.

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