Information for Grandparents

In many families, grandparents are an important part of their grandchildren’s lives. Sometimes, though, grandparents lose contact with their grandchildren because of something going on in the family, like a separation, divorce, or remarriage. Read more.

Understanding Nova Scotia Courts

If you are involved with the Nova Scotia family law court system, it is important to know how the system works. It can be difficult to figure out which court you need to go to, and different courts may deal with different issues, forms and processes, and offer different services. You can find more information about court processes and services at the bottom of the screen, or click the links below for more about the Nova Scotia family court system, how to find a lawyer, ways to resolve your issue without going to court, and preparing for a court hearing or trial.



Using the Internet Safely

Internet browsers store a history of searches and visited sites. If you are worried about someone knowing that you visited this website, use a friend's computer or library computer, and make sure you have a safety plan. If you want to try removing the traces yourself, the links below provide the necessary instructions. Remember that by clearing your browser history, everything in the browser window will be cleared. If your partner knows how to use a computer well, this may make them suspicious.

For information about internet safety, click here or here.

Get the Word Out

Help us get the word out about Nova Scotia Family Law. You can easily print off our posters and rack cards for your offices, waiting rooms, and bulletin boards.

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