Martin House was the office of Peter Francis Martin (January 13, 1856 – May 2, 1935). Martin was a contractor and political figure in Nova Scotia, representing Halifax in the Canadian House of Commons from 1917 to 1921 as a Unionist Party member. Martin sat for Halifax division in the Senate of Canada from 1921 to 1935 as a Conservative. He served 18 years on Halifax city council and was mayor from 1915 to 1918. The Halifax Explosion occurred during this term as mayor. Martin died in office in Halifax at the age of 79.
Quackenbush Thomson Law is a Halifax law firm with more than 30 years experience offering a broad range of legal services to business owners and individuals alike. Our firm prides itself on achieving the best possible solutions for our clients through attention to detail and responsiveness to client needs.
The office has five lawyers who each specialize in areas such as Real Estate, Corporate & Commercial Law, Civil Litigation, Wills & Estates and Family Law. The firm often adopts a team approach to design client-centered solutions that leverage the expertise and resources of any combination of our special practice areas.
At Quackenbush Thomson Law we believe that strong, trusting relationships are essential for effective representation. Our lawyers remain active in the local community and strive to maintain a standard of accessibility with our clients that is unmatched by larger law firms. Whether you’re a first time home buyer or a business owner looking to amalgamate, Quackenbush Thomson Law can offer you the support and expertise needed to assist you with your matter.