COVID19 and Temporary Office Closure

As of April 28, 2021, in view of guidance from provincial Public Health, Burchells LLP's offices at 1801 Hollis Street are temporarily closed to the public. We are hopeful this closure can be reversed in a couple of weeks, but will take our guidance from Public Health and the province.

In the meantime our IT resources are more than sufficient, and Burchells' lawyers and staff remain hard at work delivering results for our clients.  It's business-as-usual.  Don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email.

"Well, every one can master a grief but he that has it."

― William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing

About Kenzie

Kenzie graduated from St. Francis Xavier University with a Major in Political Science, following which he studied at the University of Edinburgh. He has law degrees from Dalhousie University and the London School of Economics. Kenzie was awarded the designation of Queens’ Counsel in 2013, an award which recognizes Canadian lawyers for their exceptional merit and contribution to the legal profession.

His practice has solely been in the area of family and matrimonial law, successfully arguing issues involving business assets, property division, pensions, out-of-jurisdiction property, spousal and child support, parenting arrangements, access, lump sum payments, variation applications, marriage contracts, separation agreements, cohabitation agreements and divorces. He has litigated several prominent pension law cases as well.

Kenzie is active in his community, having served on the Board of North End Community Health Centre, serving as a Member of the Board of Imagine Bloomfield, and being involved in the political process, both at the federal and provincial levels.