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  • How long does it take to get a Divorce?January 22, 2018

    Ask almost anyone who has been through it and they will say “too long!” Joking aside, it can feel like a long process, and the justice system is not exactly known for its speed, even at the best of times.The hardest part of a divorce is coming up with the terms of divorce, especially as it relates t … Read more »

  • Thinking about buying a vacation home? What you should know first:January 15, 2018

    Things to look out for when buying a vacation propertyWe are lucky to live in a place with a wealth of cottages and vacation homes. Many Nova Scotians are able to make the dream of having a cottage come true. Here are a few things to look out for to avoid your dream becoming a nightmare.Can you drin … Read more »

  • should I hire a realtor to help buy or sell my home?January 8, 2018

    Photo Credit: NS Real Estate Association Thinking of buying or selling your home? You should enlist the services of a real estate agent to complete the transaction. Buying or selling your home is one of the largest transactions you will complete in your lifetime. Its important … Read more »

  • Is it Time to Change your Court Order or Separation Agreement?January 4, 2018

    Every year after Christmas, Wal-Mart puts tupperware and storage bins up at the front of the store because they are big sellers. January is a natural time to take stock your life. It’s time to pack away the old things you no longer need so you can focus on the important things in front of you. It’s … Read more »

  • Why is my Date of Separation Important?January 2, 2018

    In family law, the date of separation is a very significant date for two reasons. Most of the time, a couple will not be granted a divorce until they have been separated for one year. The other reason is that the debts and asset of a divorcing couple are generally divided based on the value they had … Read more »