Posting Notices

Same-day publication. Templates available. Posting takes 5 minutes. Commissioned affidavits of publication.

Search engine optimized. Shared on spcial media. Sent to subscribers. Sent directly to major creditors.

$130.00 to publish. $40.00 for a commissioned affidavit of publication.

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Publish a Notice to Creditors or a Knowledge of a Will notice
Approved in Ontario Superior Court

Publish as a Guest or Create a Free Account
Trusted by hundreds of law firms, banks, and legal service organizations
Include a commissioned affidavit of publication with your order

Pay by credit card or cheque
Publish a Notice to Creditors or a Knowledge of a Will notice
Approved in Ontario Superior Court

Publish a Notice to Creditors

Publishing a public notice to creditors is an important way estate trustees can protect themselves from liability. Our system connects these notices with different types of creditors. It’s court-approved and trusted by lawyers, trust companies, trustees, and government.

  • Inform creditors that an estate is being administered
  • Our site is search-engine optimized, making it easy for notices to be found on Google
  • We send updates about new notices to our subscribers and major creditors across Canada
  • We’re integrated with software by Do Process and Emergent
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Notice Connect saves an estate so much time and cost than the traditional way of publishing noitces. I highly recommend this modern and user friendly service to all my executor clients.
Amy MacAlpine,
Estates Lawyer

"... Estate Trustees who properly advertise through NoticeConnect may proceed to distribute assets of an estate with the peace of mind that they will not be held personally liable should a claim against an estate later arise."
Excerpt from "How to Advertise for Creditors Online?"
Hull & Hull LLP Blog


Publish a Knowledge of a Will Notice

Before an estate is administered, it’s important to know whether the deceased was testate or intestate. Did the deceased have a will? Are there any competing wills out there? A Knowledge of a Will notice asks the legal community if anyone has or knows about a will made for a particular person.

  • Sent to lawyers and firms across Ontario
  • Checked against wills registered with WillCheck
  • Published on our site and social media
  • Shared with law associations


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