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1. Tell us how you learned about the NS Family Law website (Please check all that apply)
2. What kind of family law information were you looking for? (Please check all that apply)
3. Please rate our service:
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5. Would you recommend this website to others?
6. Did the information on this website help you resolve your family law issues without having to start, or continue in, the court process?
Tell us about yourself (Please answer only the questions that you feel comfortable answering)
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8. What language do you usually speak at home?
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# of children
11. Are you currently going through court to solve your dispute?
12. a. If yes, are you the
12. b. If yes, which services are you / have you been involved with:
13. Are you currently represented by a lawyer?
14. If you are not represented by a lawyer, did you get any advice from a lawyer for your current dispute?
15. Please estimate the amount you have paid in legal fees to this point (for legal advice, or for a lawyer to work on your case)
16. How would you rate the level of conflict between you and the other party on the case?
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