Willful is now available in Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Labrador

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    It’s official! Residents of Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador can now make their wills easily and affordably with Willful. No lawyer is required.

    A recent study of 1,000 Canadians indicated that 66% of Atlantic Canada residents don’t have a will. That’s why we’re excited to announce this news and help even more Canadians get their estate planning documents in place, opening the door to peace of mind for themselves and their loved ones, knowing their final wishes have finally been legally documented.

    What’s available? 

    Residents of Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador can now: 

    • Create a legally valid will, with detailed signing instructions
    • Digitally notify contacts named in their will
    • Register their will on the Canada Will Registry ($40 value)
    • Enjoy free unlimited updates

    Start your will for free today →

    Why should you make a will with Willful?

    Willful is Canada’s favourite do-it-yourself online will platform. We break down the estate planning process into simple steps, so you can create your last will and testament and power of attorney documents in 20 minutes or less. 

    Willful partners with leading estate lawyers in each province and is ​​approved by the Law Society of Ontario, so you can enjoy peace of mind knowing your estate plan is legally secure.

    Our official legal advisors for Atlantic Canada work in a law firm with more than 30 years of valued legal advice, working with us to create the innovative solutions Canadians need to solve their legal challenges now and in the future.The wait is over! Time to make your will and get peace of mind today.

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