Wills & Powers of Attorney with Simple Guides

Your One-Stop Destination for DIY Legal Document Preparation

Last Will

Take charge of your legacy with our Print-and-Sign DIY Will Kit – a straightforward solution designed for your peace of mind. Complete the form at your own pace, print it, and sign with the witnesses of your choice. Simplify the process without the need for costly legal fees, ensuring your wishes are securely documented.

Powers of Attorney

Our DIY kit lets you tailor your legally binding Powers of Attorney for Personal Care & Property documents, making it simple to complete, print, and sign with witnesses of your choice– empower someone you trust to make critical decisions on your behalf when you are unable to make them yourself & & ensure your wishes are respected.

Executor & POA Advisory Guides

Embark on your journey as a first-time Executor or POA with confidence. Our Executor & POA support guides are tailored for those stepping into these roles for the 1st time. Sign up to be equipped with knowledge you need to make informed decisions, and safeguard the interests entrusted to you with confidence.

Executor Advisory Guide

Step into the role of an executor with confidence. Understand your responsibilities, potential compensation, and how to act in the best interest of the estate beneficiaries.

POA Advisory Guide

Navigate your role as POA for Property and/or Personal Care for a loved one with Confidence. Uncover Your Responsibilities  and Best Practices to Act in the Best Interest of the Incapable Person. 

Our Expertise

Simple, Fast, & Cost-Effecfive

At Legacy Nanny, we pride ourselves on delivering a service that is simple, fast, and cost-effective. Our user-friendly platform demystifies the process of legal document creation, making it straightforward and accessible for everyone. We understand that time is valuable, which is why our service is designed to be swift, allowing you to complete essential legal documents in minutes, not days. Most importantly, we offer these services at a fraction of the cost of traditional legal routes, ensuring that protecting your legacy doesn’t have to be a financial burden.

Getting Started is Easy


Typically less expensive than hiring a lawyer, making it accessible for more people.

Ease of Use

User-friendly interfaces guide users through the process, making it simpler for those unfamiliar with legal jargon.

Speedy Results

Quick process compared to traditional methods, ideal for those needing to create or update documents promptly.

"We were initially overwhelmed by the thought of drafting our wills and setting up powers of attorney, but this platform made it incredibly easy. The self-service process was straightforward, and we completed everything much quicker than we expected, without the high costs usually associated with legal services. We now feel much more at peace knowing our affairs are in order."

John and Emily, Toronto, ON

"As someone who values efficiency and simplicity, I found this online service to be a game-changer. The process of creating my Power of Attorney for Personal Care was not only fast but also very user-friendly. The affordability was a bonus, making what is often a costly process very accessible."

Raj Patel, Mississauga, ON

"After my father's experience with elder abuse, I was determined to find a reliable way to protect my family. This platform provided us with all the necessary tools and information to create a comprehensive plan for elder abuse prevention. The process was quick, the service was cost-effective, and the peace of mind it has brought us is priceless."

Samantha K., Ottawa, ON

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if my appointed trustee is unable or unwilling to act?

If your primary trustee cannot act, your will should designate alternate trustees to ensure continuous management of your estate.

Can a trustee be exempted from compensation?

Yes, especially if the trustee is a spouse or child, they can voluntarily forgo compensation as per your will’s provisions.

When does the Power of Attorney for Personal Care become effective?

It becomes effective only when you are deemed incapable of making personal care decisions, as defined by the Substitute Decisions Act.

How is a Personal Care POA different from a financial POA?

A Personal Care POA specifically deals with decisions about your health and personal life, while a financial POA covers decisions about your property and finances.

What expenses can the Personal Care SDM be reimbursed for?

The SDM can be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses related to personal care, including costs for assessing capacity, if necessary.

Who can serve as my Personal Care Substitute Decision-Maker?

You can appoint a trusted individual, typically a family member or close friend, who understands your preferences and is willing to act on your behalf.