Estate planning and family trusts

Planning ahead regarding your personal affairs can help your family organize the state of your personal matters. Wills, estates, trusts and power of attorney are all common tools used in estate planning.
Partner Description
Viive Planning Viive works with individuals to create customized end of life plans. Their primary goal is to create transparency and harmony for an individual's end of life wishes among their family. Choose from one of their packages to best suit your needs. Create a free Last Will & Testament online for free. With a user friendly site and experienced staff available for help 24/7, this is a great option for creating a Will.
CanLaw - downloadable will and power-of-attorney kits A referral service that will refer your case to multiple qualified lawyers near you who specialize in your type of legal matter. These lawyers can offer advice and answers specifically in regards to your case.
Canadian Legal Wills — on-line approval of will [Please note, in your consideration of using this company, that some of the terminology is not correct: example a 'living will' is not the same as a Representation Agreement or Healthy Proxy/PoA Agreement] Easily purchase specific packages via the website to create a Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, Living Will, and many more.
The Canadian Personal Will Kit A physical kit that is mailed to your house, and provides a step-by-step guide to creating your own legal will and testament. Different version kits are available based on your province. A leader in Canadian online wills, allowing you to create a legal will, Power of Attorney, and Living Will that is available to you within minutes.
Willful Allows you to create a will in 20 minutes or less, with no lawyer or notary required. Willful will guide you through creating personalized legal documents to protect both yourself and your loved ones.
Epilogue Epilogue will help you create a will from start to finish. Simply answer the provided questions, Epilogue will generate your own custom will, and then follow the signing instructions to make it official.