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Wednesday May 15, 2019

Our Family Law Team

Posted in: Family Law

BOYNECLARKE LLP has one of the highest volume Family Law practices in Halifax – Dartmouth and Nova Scotia with a legal team and lawyers dedicated to meeting the needs of our clients. Our lawyers are experienced in all matters of family law, including separation and divorce, mediation, adoption, child support, marriage agreements and more. Contact us for your complimentary 30 minute consultation.

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