Last Will and Testament Ontario
Please note that the information provided herein is not legal advice and is provided for informational and educational purposes only. If you need legal advice with respect to getting your Wills and Estates in order, you should seek professional assistance (e.g. make a post on Dynamic Legal Forms). We have Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, Mississauga, Brampton, and other Ontario business lawyers registered on the website who can answer your questions or help you with your Wills and Estates. I should know – I’m one of them and you can contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I hear it all the time: “This year, I’m going to get my Wills and Estates in order”. But then the excuses keep coming. I didn’t find the time. I’m afraid about the cost. I don’t want to talk about death and taxes.” Well, now, you can get it done without breaking your WALLET and in the privacy of your own home. You can do it yourself and we can help. You can buy and customize your own:
- Last Will and Testament (Ontario)
- Power of Attorney for Personal Care (Ontario)
- Power of Attorney for Property (Ontario)
- Living Will (Ontario)
Each of these legal forms is lawyer-prepared, customizable, and affordable. They are the next best thing to hiring a lawyer to do these things for you. The best part is, each legal form package comes with a ton of free guidance. That guidance comes in the form of a video tutorial (watch an example of how to customize your legal form) and two written guides (know more about the legal issues for your legal form).
Finally, I’m giving away a FREE eBook about Estate Administration in Ontario. You and your Estate Trustee will WANT TO KNOW what happens after you die (e.g. documentation, taxes, security, etc.). If you own shares of a private corporation, you may also need to contact a lawyer to discuss having multiple Wills and saving on estate administration fees!
Have peace of mind knowing that you’ve made provision for your loved ones, aren’t leaving things up to chance (which could lead to litigation), and are taking steps to minimize your taxes when you die.