About eState Planner

Empowering lawyers with the tools and expertise to make estate planning better

Aside from a word processor, the process of drafting wills has not changed in 300 years.

It was this thought that drove Jordan Atin, with two decades of experience in estate law under his belt, to co-found eState Planner with Ian Hull. As well-respected leaders in estate planning, they were in the perfect position to address the pain points and challenges that lawyers faced everyday.

They recognized the process of will drafting was inefficient for both estate lawyers and their clients. There was no structured, standardized process, and this often led to the collection of inadequate information and a poor client experience. Manual drafting was very error-prone, and misunderstandings were common without any visualization of the estate plan.

Presenting a solution to a better estate planning experience for lawyers and their clients became the mission of eState Planner. Software that is able to guide lawyers through the will-making process, reducing errors, increasing efficiency, and providing a better client experience overall.

An award-winning software

eState Planner has been awarded the Best Estates, Trusts, and Wills software in 2022/2023 by Canadian legal professionals.
Canadian Lawyer's award for best Estates, Wills, and Trusts software

By lawyers, for lawyers

Ian Hull eState Planner

Ian Hull

Ian is the co-founder of eState Planner and one of Canada’s leading estate litigators.

He has successfully represented clients at every level of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He was the Toronto Lawyers Association Honsberger Award Winner in 2018. He received the Ontario Bar Association award for Distinguished Service in 2020 and the Ontario Bar Association’s Award of Excellence in Trust and Estate Law.

Ian regularly presents on estate law issues both in Canada and abroad. He is also the author of five books on estate law issues, including the seminal Probate Practice, now in its fifth edition. Ian is a co-editor of Feeney on Wills and has written dozens of articles.
Jordan Atin eState Planner

Jordan Atin

Jordan is the co-founder and CEO of eState Planner. He was designated by the Law Society of Ontario as one of Ontario’s first Certified Specialists in Estates and Trusts Law.

Since 2011, he has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, winning Osgoode’s outstanding adjunct faculty teaching award.

Lexpert rates Jordan as one of its top recommended estate lawyers in Canada as well as being rated as a Best Lawyer in Canada.

Jordan was also the inaugural winner of the OBA’s Hoffstein Prize in recognition of his contributions and achievements in the area of wills, trusts and estates.