You're likely using the Internet for online shopping and online banking, so why not online will creation?
Perhaps not surprisingly, there are a few services that offer it today, including Will-O-Matic, a Toronto-based do-it-yourself Internet service from a company called Dynamic Lawyers.
Given the fact Canada's population is aging and we're turning to the Internet more than ever for various services, I thought I'd devote a blog post to online will creation.
I caught up with lawyer Michael Carabash, founder of Dynamic Lawyers, about the product -- including who it's for, how it works and the benefits and drawbacks compared to an in-person visit to a lawyer.
Yahoo!: OK, so what is Will-O-Matic, exactly?
Michael Carabash: In a nutshell, it's Turbo Tax for creating a will. The online product takes users through a series of questions and as they fill out the answers, it helps them make decisions about their last will and testament. At the end, you download, print and sign aRead More »from How to create a will for under $25, 30 minutes