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Online Wills made simple, for peace of mind.

Craft your Will in minutes! And enjoy access to exclusive features. Secure your legacy now!

Online Will Hero

Start your Will now,
pay when it's ready!

We've made it easy for you to create your Will online without any upfront payment. Payment is required only when it’s time to access your document.


+$25/year. Unsubscribe anytime. Plan available for Canada only, exception of Quebec.


  • EXCLUSIVE - Unlimited access to the digital vault to store your important documents
  • EXCLUSIVE - Unlimited access to the accounting module to build your inventory
  • Unlimited edits to your documents
  • Appointment of executors
  • Distribution to your spouse, existing and future children and other family members
  • Specific donations and gifts to people and/or charities
  • Appointment of guardians for minor children and pets
  • Last disposition wishes
  • Power of attorney documents for protection of property and person

How it works

Get your legally valid Will in 3 simple steps.

Answer simple questions

  • Answer simple questions about your situation and preferences. These questions will guide and empower you to make important decisions regarding the handling of your legacy when the time comes.

Generate your Will and download it

  • After reviewing your wishes, you can generate your document in one simple click! In just seconds, your document will be ready for immediate download, including instructions on what to do next.

Sign, witness and execute it

  • Print your Will and make it legally valid by signing it with two witnesses and executing it with a notary or commissioner.

What you get

Build your Will in minutes

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Legally valid Will and power of attorney documents created in minutes, not days

Experience unparalleled speed without sacrificing legal validity. Our platform ensures your Will and powers of attorney are ready in a fraction of the traditional time. Once you’ve completed your Will, execute it following the directions in the section How to execute your Will that we provide with your generated document. Remember that a Will is not legally valid until it has been signed and witnessed.

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Clear distribution of your estate for clarity when the time comes

Ensure your assets are distributed as you wish. Our online Will platform offers personalized options, adapting to your family dynamics and ensuring your legacy is preserved.

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Comprehensive vision of your legacy, from documents to finances

Generate legal documents and safeguard every aspect of your legacy in one location. Your ClearEstate portal also allows you to connect your accounts, build your inventory to visualize the potential value of your estate and store your documents.

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Bank-grade security and privacy to secure your information and documents

Entrust your vital documents to our SOC2 type 2 certified digital vault. Our commitment to the highest security standards ensures your legacy remains protected and accessible at all times.

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Why do you need a Will?

While there is no legal requirement to have a Will, it is recommended for everyone over the age of 18 who owns property or has dependents. You should create a Will if any of the following applies to you:

  • You are married or in a common-law relationship.
  • You have children, biological or adopted.
  • You want to name a guardian for your children.
  • You want to leave gifts to someone or charities.
  • You want to make sure your pets are taken care of.
  • You own valuable heirlooms such as art or jewellery.
  • You own property
  • You foresee family tension if you were to pass.

It always feels too early to plan ahead, until it’s too late.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are ClearEstate's Wills legally valid in Canada?

Yes, online Wills are valid in Canada if they meet certain legal requirements, mainly if they are signed, witnessed and executed properly. Each province has its specific legal requirements which are explained in the section How to execute your Will that we provide with your generated document.

After you've created your Will with ClearEstate, you'll need to make sure it's signed alongside two witnesses. We'll give you detailed instructions with your Will once generated.

But rest assured, once executed properly, this Will is valid in Canada!

Are ClearEstate’s Wills lawyer-approved?

Yes they are! Clauses contained in your Will have been carefully prepared by lawyers based on applicable jurisdictional legislation.

Is an online Will suitable for me?

Online wills are suitable for individuals with simple estate planning needs, such as married couples with children who want to leave assets to each other and then to their children. However, for more complex situations like blended families, disinheritance, or unique stipulations, the help of professionals is advisable. ClearEstate's online Will service is suitable for those with property in Canada, assets, children, pets, specific gifts, and charitable contributions in their estate, but more comprehensive planning is required for scenarios like owning property outside Canada, out-of-country executors, disinheritance, custom clauses, or special circumstances.

Do you need a lawyer to write a Will in Canada?

You don't necessarily need a lawyer to write a Will in Canada. While legal assistance can be helpful, you can create a valid Will on your own as long as it complies with the legal requirements in your province or territory.

Does my Will have to be notarized?

A Will in Canada doesn't have to be notarized to be valid. However, the Will must be signed in the presence of two witnesses, who must also sign the Will as witnesses in the presence of the testator. These witnesses should be of legal age and sound mind and should not be beneficiaries or the spouse of a beneficiary. We'll give you detailed instructions with your Will once generated.

What happens if I die without a Will?

If you die without a Will, your estate will be distributed according to the laws of intestacy in your province or territory. This means the government will determine how your assets are distributed, which may not align with your wishes.

Do you offer any other estate planning documents?

Yes, in addition to a Will, our Online Will product includes the generation of Power of Attorney for the protection of your person and property. Those documents allow you to appoint someone to handle your finances on your behalf and specify your healthcare preferences in case you can't make decisions for yourself.

What’s the difference between a Will and an estate plan

It is important to understand the difference between a Will and an estate plan because they are not created equal. A Will is just the tip of the iceberg, whereas an estate plan optimizes your estate’s value and contains information about every aspect of your estate, including all pertinent information and documentation.

What happens if I cancel my plan?

You will be granted access to your portal until your next billing cycle date. At that point, you will loose access to your portal and all information and documents available in it. Once your plan is cancelled, it can be reactivated but only if you are still on your initial billing cycle.