Alice Croft

902.418.5549 ext. 102

Areas of practice:

Estate Administration

Real Property

Alice is a paralegal on the Touchstone Team, with a primary focus on estate administration and assists on real estate files that arise in the course of supporting our corporate and estates clients. Alice brings over 35 years of paralegal experience to Touchstone, primarily in Real Estate and Estate Administration, and has an abundance of first hand experience in all types of real estate transactions and estate administration matters.

Alice goes above and beyond for her clients. She is always friendly, conscientious, and understanding of clients’ needs.

Alice was born and grew in the small rural community of Pleasant Valley (aka Pinch Gut), near Upper Musquodoboit. 

After Alice graduated from her Business Administration course with honors, she commenced working at a trust company in Truro in 1982.  Shortly thereafter, Alice began her career in the legal industry, at one of Truro’s largest law firms.  She then moved to Dartmouth in 1988 and started working for a small, general practice law firm in downtown Dartmouth, until the lawyer she was working for retired in 2013.  Subsequently, Alice worked with Jessica Lyle at Sealy Cornish and moved to the Touchstone Team  in January 2020.    For the past 20 years she has also worked part-time in a psychiatric setting, which has equipped her with skills and experience in assisting our Estate Administration clients during their most difficult times.

Alice currently volunteers as a member of the Board of Directors of the Freedom Foundation of Nova Scotia.  She is a past member of the Canadian Association of Legal Support Staff.  She has volunteered with various sport associations over the years. 

Alice is a proud mother and grandmother.  She has a great love for her pets, beloved dog Annibelle-Margaret and handsome cat Franklyn Oliver.  In her leisure time, Alice enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and fur buddies.  Her hobbies include genealogical research, knitting, crocheting, gardening, as well as new and challenging yard-work projects.  Being busy is what keeps Alice happy.  Alice’s favorite quote, “It’s a great day to be alive.”