Get your Legal Will

in Dartmouth Nova Scotia

  • one meeting of about 60 minutes
  • answer a few questions
  • $395 ($495 for a couple)

Your Legal Will and other essential estate documents will be completed, signed, and ready to use in just one meeting with an experienced Notary. No wasted time or added fees.

It doesn't get any easier. Book your appointment today.

Get your Legal Will

in Dartmouth

Nova Scotia

  • 60 minute meeting
  • a few questions
  • $345 for one
  • $445 for a couple

Just one meeting with an experienced Notary Public and your Legal Will and other essential estate documents will be completed, signed, and ready to use when needed. No more time or money required.

This is as easy as it gets.

So what are you waiting for?


Step 1 - Book an Appointment

Use our convenient online booking system to see when the notary is available and book a convenient time and location. 


Step 2 - Meet with the Notary 

In a friendly and comfortable setting you will provide the Notary with the information needed to prepare your documents in your presence.


Step 3 - Sign the documents

Under the notary's supervision your Legal Will and other documents are signed, witnessed and notarized so that they will be fully ready when needed.

Quick and trouble free!

Michael C.

- Halifax

Quick and trouble free! The Notary was pleasant, professional, efficient, thorough and repeatedly ensured that I understood what was happening! Well done start to finish!

Kind and pleasant.

Jean W. 

- Halifax

The Notary was very thorough and very professional. He "walks" you through the legal papers until he is sure you understand the contents. He is kind and pleasant and makes the experience easy.

Why Choose Us:

Low cost

If you need legal advice then you should hire a lawyer. But if your wishes are relatively straight forward, why not save yourself the time and money. 

Hassle free

DIY Legal Wills kits and automated software websites cost less but ultimately leave it to you to prepare your documents. And then you still need to get your documents signed and notarized costing even more time and money.  

One meeting and you're done

Needing a Legal Will has probably been weighing on your mind for a while. We've developed this quick and easy way for you to take care of it once and for all. 

Deal with a real person 

No need to fill out a form on a website and try to figure out what everything means. Sit down with a friendly professional who can walk through everything at a comfortable pace.

Lynn M.

- Dartmouth

"The Notary provided outstanding and professional service during a difficult transition for our family. He went above and beyond by showing compassion and patience. I highly recommend this service."

Today's the Day you get your

Legal Will

You've put it off long enough. We've made it so easy for you, why not finally take care of this and enjoy the peace of mind that comes from crossing it off your To Do list?

Frequently Asked Questions

What documents are included

The most significant document is a Legal Will, also known as a Last Will and Testament. With this document you appoint an Executor and provide his or her with instructions on how to dispose of your property after your death.

We also prepare an Enduring Power of Attorney with which you appoint someone to look after your property and finances in the event you are alive but lack the mental capacity to make these decisions for yourself.

The final document is a Personal Directive where you appoint someone to make health care decisions for you in the event you are unable to do so yourself.

Each of these essential documents are accompanied by an Affidavit of Execution which provides the necessary legal proof of their validity.

We can also prepare Separation and Prenuptial Agreements


How much does it cost?

The cost of preparing and notarizing all 3 documents plus 3 Affidavits of Execution is $395 for one person. It's just $100 extra for a couple. 

The cost for a Will without any other documents is $345 for one person and $445 for a couple.

If you only need an Enduring Power of Attorney and/or a Personal Directive but not a Will the cost for one person is $145 and $225 for a couple.

There are no extra or hidden costs unless you require additional services which are more than legally necessary.

How do I pay?

At the end of your appointment you have the option to pay with a debit card, a credit card, or by EFT (Interac). 

Do you make house calls?

Yes. The Notary will meet with you at your home, office, residential facility, etc. provided that you have access to a working printer to print the final documents. Also you will need to provide one witness - a competent adult who is not a beneficiary, or otherwise named in your documents nor the spouse of such a person. Also, the witness should not be someone who provides you with goods or services for compensation. There is an extra fee of $95 for house calls.


Do I need to bring or prepare anything?

You need one piece of unexpired, government issued, photo ID. If that is impossible you can use two other forms of ID, at least one of which bears your signature.

After you book your appointment we will email you a list of questions to think about before the appointment. The notary will answer any questions you have about them when you meet, they don't need to be answered in advance.

Will I need witnesses?

No. Although two witnesses are required, the Notary can serve as one witness and can provide a second witness for $10 extra. If you would prefer your own witness, you are welcome to bring one with you.

Are your documents as good as ones prepared by a lawyer?

Yes. The Notary is a lawyer but is not acting as your lawyer or providing legal advice. This is how we can keep our fees so low. If you need legal advice you will need to retain a lawyer. 

Book an appointment in Dartmouth

Click the "Book Now" button below to book an appointment. If you need to meet at your home or elsewhere, click the "House Call" button instead. If you'd prefer to meet at our Halifax location, click here.

Dartmouth Location - 218 Poplar Dr., Cole Harbour

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Other Notary service provided includes:

• certified true copies • affidavits • powers of attorney • visa invitation letters • travel consent forms • separation agreements • applications • proof of life forms • real estate documents • passport applications in lieu of guarantor • any document needing to be notarized or sworn

About our Dartmouth Location

Dartmouth is a picturesque community located in the Halifax Regional Municipality of Nova Scotia, Canada. This historic town is situated on the eastern shore of the Halifax Harbour and is home to approximately 70,000 people. Dartmouth is a charming mix of modern amenities and old-world charm, boasting a vibrant downtown area with unique shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions.

One of the most notable landmarks in Dartmouth is the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, which connects the town to Halifax. This iconic suspension bridge offers stunning views of the harbor and is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Dartmouth is also home to several beautiful parks and green spaces, including the Shubie Park and Lake Banook, which offer an array of recreational opportunities.

Dartmouth has a rich history that dates back to the 17th century when it was a major center for shipbuilding and seafaring. The town has preserved much of its heritage architecture, and visitors can explore its historic sites and landmarks, such as the Dartmouth Heritage Museum and the Evergreen House.

Dartmouth is a beautiful and welcoming community that offers a high quality of life to its residents. With its stunning natural scenery, rich history, and diverse cultural offerings, Dartmouth is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Nova Scotia.

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