Explaining legal topics in a simple way.
Publicly-Traded Companies in Canada: The Role of Digital Minute Books and Mandatory Audits
Compliance rules apply to both public and private companies in Canada. LegalDeeds simplifies CBCA compliance for small businesses.
Why Ontario Requires a Standard Lease Template: A Look into the Benefits
Before the standardized lease was introduced, the LTB would hear many cases caused by leases with clauses prohibited by the Residential Tenancies Act.
Selling Your House? You May Not Need a Real Estate Agent: For-Sale-By-Owner Trends 2023
In 2022, 10% of all homes were sold without a realtor.
Alberta Does Not Have A Standard Lease Template
The Government of Alberta has not published a free lease template. LegalDeeds can write a lease agreement for only five dollars.
7 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Drafting a Promissory Note
Every loan agreement should include the essential terms and consider future contingencies.
All Online Will Platforms In Canada 2023
Comprehensive list of all online will platforms in Canada.
Holographic wills are not legal in Prince Edward Island
Online wills are legal in PEI but holographic wills are not. There is an exception for military members and mariners at sea.
Can individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder sign a will in Canada?
Yes! Canadians with autism are treated the same as anyone else under Canadian estate law.
Does a person’s debt go away when they die in Canada?
No, debt does not go away when a person dies in Canada. Debt is paid off from the assets in the person's estate.
Is Willful Legit? Comparing 6 Online Will Platforms
Absolutely. All online will platforms are legal in Canada. Willful is a new startup founded in 2017.
Rent to Own Homes: Legal Considerations in Canada
Understand legal considerations and write a comprehensive Rent to Own real estate agreement.
Sample Last Will and Testament - 11 Free Sections Explained
We've compiled 11 sections commonly found in a Last Will and Testament and explained them in detail.
Government of Canada Will Kit PDF
There is no Government of Canada will kit because estate law varies by province and falls outside the scope of the federal government's jurisdiction.
Beneficiary Release Forms: The Complete Guide
Beneficiaries may sign a release to confirm they received the correct inheritance, but they can refuse.
What is a codicil? Understanding how to update your will
A codicil is a legal document that allows for minor changes to an existing will. Online will kits can be a more affordable and convenient option for updating a will.
Estate Planning Glossary: 21 Must-Know Terms
Estate planning terms decoded: abatement, ademption, bequest, executor, and more.
The role of a substitute decision maker: What to expect and how to prepare
Are you a substitute decision maker? Being appointed to make decisions for a loved one can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be.
What is the difference between per stirpes and per capita in Canadian wills?
Per stirpes distributes by branch of the family while per capita distributes equally per person.
What is a power of attorney in Canada?
Life is unpredictable, but with a Power of Attorney, you can ensure that your financial and health care decisions are in good hands.