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Wednesday April 15, 2020

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division) Update

Authored by: Terrance G. Sheppard Posted in: COVID-19 Family Law

On April 14, 2020, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division) issued an updated Notice (see attached). Of note,

To discuss your unique situation amidst COVID-19, talk to Terrance G. Sheppard or a member of our Family Law team. Request your free 30-minute consultation via phone or virtual meeting platform (Skype, Zoom, FaceTime, etc.). 

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