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You asked, we delivered. Epilogue is now available to all Alberta residents!
From a budget today to your Will for tomorrow, there are some easy steps you can take now to be more financially responsible
If you aren't considering planned giving you're missing out on making a huge impact on the causes you care about most
5 important steps to take to make sure your Will is legally binding, safe, and up-to-date
How Justwealth fills a need for Canadian investors and how you can protect your investments not only through life, but death as well.
On National Dog Day, give your pets the greatest gift of all—a safe and secure future.
Taylor McDonald doesn't fit the 'typical' profile of someone who thinks about estate planning. Learn why finishing her Will was so important for her and her partner.
Dr. Sofia Nastis is a family physician in Toronto, Canada. She met with us to talk COVID-19, virtual healthcare, and future planning.
A lot can go wrong if you die without a Will. Here's the low down on dying without a Will in Canada.
Frontline health care workers and hospital staff can now create their Wills for free.
Many young Canadians don't have a Will because they think they're too young. But how young IS too young?
Divorce and separation are hard. But there are certain things you should do when you get separated or divorced to protect yourself and your loved ones.
If you have your own company, you might have been told that you should have a regular Will and a “Corporate Will”. We’re going to explain what that means.
Who can witness a Will in Ontario plus the main requirements of a valid Will
Laurel Gillespie shares her journey as a cancer survivor and how it led her to the world of Advance Care Planning.
Find Wills overwhelming? Take a deep breath and use this checklist to make a Will with confidence.
Can’t I Just Tell People What I Want? In short, no. If you’re an adult, you need a Will.
Three reasons we decided to launch a business during a pandemic
Fun fact: Making a Will without a lawyer can work for most Canadians!
A vast majority of Canadians are unprepared for the future. But estate planning isn't as hard as you might think.
Get your wishes on paper, then enjoy peace of mind.