Wills help people pass on prized possessions to trusted confidantes, so that their motorcycle doesn't end up in the junkyard and their diary doesn't end up projected onto the moon. Ensure your belongings end up where they should with this Groupon.
$24 for a Create-Your-Own Custom Will ($109.61 Value)
The Will-O-Matic Wizard is an online platform that guides users through the process of customizing their last will and testament, aided by a video tutorial and two written guides. After looking at the downfalls of other available will kits, lawyer Michael Carabash specifically designed the Will-O-Matic software to adapt to the nuances of provincial laws and leverage precise language. As clients click through the program, it offers helpful information on each option, giving them the chance to name legal representatives for any minor children, add their own clauses, and otherwise custom-tailor the document.
Once finished, the will is available in PDF format on Dynamic Lawyers’ website, and users can go back and edit it for free during the following year. Users don’t have to finish in one sitting. Wills are often recommended for anyone with financial assets, but can be especially useful for newlyweds, new families, those traveling aboard, and those who have experienced changes in their financial or family situation.
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According to the Globe and Mail, lawyer Michael Carabash was doing his taxes with online software when his cousin gave him an innovative idea: to develop a program that would guide users through creating their own will. Carabash seized on the concept and ran with it. Drawing on his experience in estate planning for his dentist clients, he soon created the Will-O-Matic Wizard, an online program that helps users complete their wills quickly on the computer. The new concept of software that helps clients create their own legal documents generated a blitz of media attention. Following close on the Will-O-Matic software’s heels, Dynamic Legal Forms’ Lease-O-Matic software and other online platforms began enabling Canadians to generate legal documents including residential, family-law, and employment agreements. Each software package comes with helpful information––though not legal advice––in the form of e-books and prompts.