Divorce Halifax/Dartmouth, Nova Scotia: Free Consultation with Peter D. Crowther
Peter D. Crowther99 Wyse Rd
Suite 600 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Phone: 1 (902) 701-9280
Peter D. Crowther is an experienced lawyer and Partner with BOYNECLARKE LLP, practicing in the Halifax area. Peter received his Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts and his LL. B. from Dalhousie University, and was admitted to the Nova Scotia bar in 1993.
Peter is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society, the Canadian Bar Association, the Collaborative Family Law Association of Nova Scotia, and the Public Legal Education Society of Nova Scotia. He is also a board member for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Halifax, and former member of the Dartmouth Literacy Network Advisory Board.
Peter practices solely in family and divorce law, in which he is certified in Collaborative Family Law. He is able to provide family law services such as negotiation and preparation of separation agreements, negotiation and preparation of marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements, adoption, divorce, child protection, emergency protection orders under the Domestic Violence Intervention Act, and all family law matters pertaining to same sex couples. The BOYNECLARKE LLP Family Law team strives to provide a team approach in order to provide the highest quality of family law service to each client, as well as providing the most efficient and cost-effective service. Complete this evaluation form and receive a 30 minute free initial consultation.
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