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Guide - What you have to do when someone has passed away in Nova Scotia.

Estate Planning
What to do when someone dies

When someone dies, there are many decisions and arrangements to be made. Prepared by the Province of Nova Scotia, the What You Have To Do After Someone Has Passed Away - Guide contains information regarding the organizations that should be contacted and the affairs that should be dealt with following a death.


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The information contained in this website is intended to provide general guidelines only. The application and impact of the law can vary widely from case to case based on the specific or unique facts involved. Accordingly, the information in this article is not intended to serve as legal, accounting or tax advice. Users are encouraged to consult with their professional advisers for advice concerning specific matters before making a decision.

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