Lauren is a partner with the Real Estate and Estate Teams, focusing on Residential Real Estate, Wills and Estate Planning. She also has a particular focus on condominium law and is able to guide a developer through the registration process.
Lauren is aware that buying a home is the biggest purchase in an individual’s life and she believes it is important to have a lawyer who will guide homebuyers through the process. She is always available to personally answer any client’s questions, helping to eliminate any concerns her clients have throughout the process.
In Lauren’s Wills and Estate Planning practice, she helps her clients prepare for the future with ease. She works with clients to ensure that their loved ones are taken care of with the least amount of stress to deal with in unfortunate circumstances.
She now volunteers with the Nova Scotia She-Devils coaching her daughter and other young girls and fostering a love of the sport.
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