Casey Rodgers Chisholm Penny Duggan LLP
Suite 201, 219 Waverley Road
Dartmouth, NS B2X 2C3
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pat has been a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society since 1977. He has been in private practice since then, and has handled a variety of family law related issues throughout his career. He is an experienced family law Mediator, and also acts as an Arbitrator of Family Law disputes, and has completed Facilitation training.
He is a founding member of the Association of Collaborative Family Law Professionals in Nova Scotia and a Past Chair. He chaired he CBA Family Law Section and also chaired the NS Bar Society Bench and Bar Liason Committee for a number of years. He received a Queen’s Counsel designation in 2002, and was appointed as an Adjudicator for the Small Claims Court of Nova Scotia in 2003.
The Participation Agreement includes a commitment not to begin a court proceeding.
Collaborative family law respects relationships.
Collaborative family law safeguards participants’ privacy, because proceedings are not public record.
Collaborative family law gives participants control over the pace of their process.