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$26 for a Create-Your-Own Custom Will Package from Dynamic Legal Forms ($64.41 Value)

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  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 10 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Online only. Not valid until 24 hours after feature ends. Each spouse must have their own Groupon. Tax not included.

Questions and Answers 4 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Can a couple have one will or do you both have to do individual ones? Also, is there any other cost associated when a will is complete through your company or is it legally binding?

Mike M.  asked on  Jan 1, 2013

A:

Mike, Thanks for your question. This is Michael from www.DynamicLegalForms.com. Each person needs their own voucher and Will. Also, once your Will is done, there are no additional costs to pay us. If you want (option but recommended), you can have your witnesses swear affidavits (which we provide templates of) in front of commissioners for taking oaths. The cost is not that much (e.g. $20-$40 per witness). We do not get involved in that. On the question of whether the Will is legally binding, you can read about the various ways in which Wills can be challenged in the eBook that comes with the package. There's no guarantee that ANYTHING is legally binding - and that's regardless of who prepared it (whether a document is legally binding will be up to a judge to decide in the context of a dispute). But if you understand what your province's Wills laws say about the legal requirements to have a valid Will, then you can help avoid future challenges. Hope this helps!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 1, 2013

Q:

Thanks for the previous answer. Is it necessary to have a separate will for a couple or do we just make our individual wills so they ultimately represent both our wishes on assets we both own? I ask this in case something happened to both of us at the same time.

Mike M.  asked on  Jan 1, 2013

A:

Hi Mike, Thanks for your question. Each person requires their own Will (and voucher). While your Will can mirror your spouse's, our system is not designed (nor should it be) to allow couples to put two Wills in one document. In case something happened to you and your partner / spouse at the same time, the Will-O-Matic has got you covered: you can name beneficiaries, alternate beneficiaries and sub-alternate beneficiaries in these circumstances (the Will-O-Matic is very comprehensive in terms of the options it gives you - unlike anything else out there). So your assets will likely end up going to someone you wanted (and not based on government rules)... Hope this helps!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 1, 2013

Q:

Does this online package include a Will, Enduring Power of Attorney and a Personal Directive?

Christina  asked on  Jan 2, 2013

A:

No. It only includes access to use the 2013 Will-O-Matic. Hope this helps!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 2, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Does this online package include a Will, Enduring Power of Attorney and a Personal Directive?

Christina  asked on  Jan 2, 2013

A:

No. It only includes access to use the 2013 Will-O-Matic. Hope this helps!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 2, 2013

Q:

Does Dynamic Legal Forms accommodate a dual citizen who has assets in Canada and in the USA? Would your will package cover all assets that would be passed down to beneficiaries? Or, only the Canadian assets?

Carolyn O.  asked on  Jan 2, 2013

A:

Hi Carolyn, Thanks for your question. This is Michael from DynamicLegalForms.com. Sorry, but the Will-O-Matic is provincially based (and it cannot be used for people with assets in multiple jurisdictions). It would not work for your particular situation. You should probably consult a lawyer in both jurisdictions for Wills and make sure that the Wills don't inadvertently revoke each other. Hope this helps and all the best!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 2, 2013

Q:

Thanks for the previous answer. Is it necessary to have a separate will for a couple or do we just make our individual wills so they ultimately represent both our wishes on assets we both own? I ask this in case something happened to both of us at the same time.

Mike M.  asked on  Jan 1, 2013

A:

Hi Mike, Thanks for your question. Each person requires their own Will (and voucher). While your Will can mirror your spouse's, our system is not designed (nor should it be) to allow couples to put two Wills in one document. In case something happened to you and your partner / spouse at the same time, the Will-O-Matic has got you covered: you can name beneficiaries, alternate beneficiaries and sub-alternate beneficiaries in these circumstances (the Will-O-Matic is very comprehensive in terms of the options it gives you - unlike anything else out there). So your assets will likely end up going to someone you wanted (and not based on government rules)... Hope this helps!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 1, 2013

Q:

Can a couple have one will or do you both have to do individual ones? Also, is there any other cost associated when a will is complete through your company or is it legally binding?

Mike M.  asked on  Jan 1, 2013

A:

Mike, Thanks for your question. This is Michael from www.DynamicLegalForms.com. Each person needs their own voucher and Will. Also, once your Will is done, there are no additional costs to pay us. If you want (option but recommended), you can have your witnesses swear affidavits (which we provide templates of) in front of commissioners for taking oaths. The cost is not that much (e.g. $20-$40 per witness). We do not get involved in that. On the question of whether the Will is legally binding, you can read about the various ways in which Wills can be challenged in the eBook that comes with the package. There's no guarantee that ANYTHING is legally binding - and that's regardless of who prepared it (whether a document is legally binding will be up to a judge to decide in the context of a dispute). But if you understand what your province's Wills laws say about the legal requirements to have a valid Will, then you can help avoid future challenges. Hope this helps!

Michael  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 1, 2013

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