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Halifax Lawyers Committed to Your Best Interests

For more than 50 years, the team from Clyde A. Paul & Associates has been committed to the well-being of individuals, families and businesses throughout Halifax and the surrounding area. Learn more about our team’s skills and education by reading their profiles below or contact us today to discuss your legal needs in depth.

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Clyde A. Paul, Q.C.

Clyde A. Paul, K.C. is a lawyer and the founding partner of Clyde A. Paul & Associates Inc., and has practised in Spryfield and surrounding communities his entire legal career. A graduate of Dalhousie University (Bachelor of Commerce 1970) and Dalhousie University (Bachelor of Law 1973), he has more than 40 years of experience in the practice of law, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to his preferred areas of practice in residential and commercial real estate, wills and estates and probate practice as well as corporate and commercial law. Clyde has always been actively involved in the community. He is a 41 year member of the Armdale-Fairview-Rockingham Lions Club and served over 30 years on the Halifax-Dartmouth Natal Day Committee, including serving as the Chair for 6 consecutive years. He has also served as the National Chair of the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guide Program. Always mindful of the need to serve his community and others, he continues serving all of these endeavours while at the same time serving his clients.

Peter J. Katsihtis is a lawyer practicing with the law firm of Clyde A. Paul & Associates Inc., in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Peter is a graduate of Dalhousie University (Bachelor of Commerce, 1987) and the Dalhousie University School of Law (LL.B. 1990). He brings over 20 years of experience to his preferred areas of practice in family law, criminal law and adoptions.

N. Kent Clarke is a senior lawyer and partner in Clyde A. Paul & Associates practicing primarily in Wills, Estates and Real Property. He has appeared at all levels of court and served as successful co–counsel in defending one of the most complex criminal prosecutions in Nova Scotia. He enjoys the challenges of a varied practice but has focused most of his practice on individuals rather than big corporations. His main enjoyment is helping others.
Kent’s commitment to his community can be seen through his active involvement in politics and with several fraternal and charitable organizations. He is a founding member and currently chairman of the board of the SRCF Learning Centre for Children which provides free tutoring to children who have been diagnosed with dyslexia. There are approximately 80 children participating in the after school program. Kent administers several bursaries for graduating high school students in Nova Scotia and acts as solicitor for Philae Shriners of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
He is a member of the Real Estate Lawyers Association of Nova Scotia (RELANS) and a past member-at-large of the Canadian Bar Association, Nova Scotia Council and served as the CBA representative on the Nova Scotia  Barristers Society’s Provincial Court Liaison Committee.
When not involved in legal matters or his community, Kent finds time to work towards a black belt in Taekwon-do. You might also have seen him on the football field where he has helped coach the Halifax Argos PeeWee and Bantam Football Teams. Kent was recently instrumental in creating and sponsoring the nomination of NFL Coach of the Year for Canada.

N. Kent Clarke
Peter Katsihtis
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