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  1. MaryJane

    Last Will & Testament

    Hi all Morbid thoughts abound. I'm currently looking into having a last will and testament drawn up here in Canada. I was wondering if anybody could share an experience or give some advice. I asked around and was quoted $350 a piece for an uncomplicated one if I go through a lawyer. Price seems a bit high but this was the lowest I could find at the moment. I also found Axess Law, which are a cheaper option at about $99. But these are like walk-in lawyers. And another cheap option are these online will kits. Although I feel they're a bit dodge. "What if something goes wrong" comes to mind a lot with these kinds of thing. Personally I would like to go for the face-to-face lawyer route. Is $350 reasonable for one will? (That will then be $700 for both hubby and I). If not, can anybody recommend lawyers in the GTA area who charge reasonable rates perhaps? Another issue seems to be if you have international assets, etc. That seems to be covered in some other way.