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This website offers general information and resources about family law in Nova Scotia. This website will not provide you with advice relating to your family law issue. If you have specific questions about how the courts work, court rules, and court procedures that are not answered on this site, you can speak with a court staff member at the court nearest you, or get advice from a family law lawyer about your situation.

If you have a question about this website, or need help finding something on the website, you can contact the Family Law Information Program (FLIP) Centre in Halifax at (902) 424-5232, or in Sydney at (902) 563-5761.

We hope you find the information on this site helpful. If you plan to complete your own forms and/or represent yourself, we encourage you to get legal advice to be sure you are doing it properly. Nova Scotia Legal Aid Summary Advice Counsel can help get you started. To make an appointment with a Summary Advice lawyer near you, please contact:

Annapolis

902-742-0500

Pictou

902-485-7350

Antigonish

902-863-7312

Port Hawkesbury

902-625-2665

Amherst

902-667-2256

Sydney

902-563-2085

Bridgewater

902-543-4679

Truro

902-893-5840

Halifax

902-424-5616

Windsor

902-679-6075

Kentville

902-679-6075

Yarmouth

902-742-0500

You may also be able to get a lawyer through Nova Scotia Legal Aid, if you qualify for this service. Contact your local Legal Aid office for more information, at:

Amherst                          
(902) 667-7544

Annapolis Royal
(902) 532-2311

Antigonish
(902) 863-3350

Bridgewater
(902) 543-4658

Bridgewater
(902) 354-3215 (Liverpool sub-office)

Dartmouth
(902) 420-8815 (adult criminal)

Dartmouth
(902) 420-7921 (family law)

Halifax
(902) 420-6583 (adult criminal)

Halifax
(902) 420-3450 (family law)

Kentville
(902) 679-6110

New Glasgow
(902) 755-7020

Port Hawkesbury
(902) 625-4047

Sydney
(902) 563-2295

Truro
(902) 893-5920

Windsor
(902) 798-8397

Yarmouth
(902) 742-7827