118 Ochterloney Street
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 1C7
Daniel has practiced family law for over 30 years, shepherding his clients through what can be a difficult time of conflict. He is trained in collaborative family law and is an executive member of the Nova Scotia Association of Collaborative Family Law Professionals. Daniel has also served as chair of the Family Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association, Nova Scotia branch.
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.