Personalized Death Notification Service

We help take some of the grief out of grieving by saving you time and frustration.

At Notified Right, our goal is to reduce the stress of dealing with executor of estate duties. It's an emotionally challenging task, made more difficult by the range of organizations you must deal with upon someone's death.

Our database includes an organized, searchable list of government contacts, health care organizations, pension fund details, social media, banking, insurance, clubs, rewards memberships and much more.

With our online tool, you can create a comprehensive and personalized checklist with detailed instructions, contact info, tips, required forms and templated notification letters that have the deceased's name and date of death auto populated if you choose to do so. Once you've built your checklist stay organized by tracking your progress on your dashboard and keeping all the details in one convenient location.

  1. Sign up and pay the $129 CAD one time fee for full content access.
  2. Start browsing our comprehensive database of Canadian organizations.*
  3. Build your checklist. Save it in your account to refer to as often as you need.
  4. Start working through your list. The process to contact each organization is provided in detail.
  5. Return as often as you need until all the details are taken care of.**

*If you can't find what you need, please let us know and we will track it down for you.

**Forgot Something? The duties of an executor can take up to a year or more to complete and things may come up along the way. You can always log back into your account to update the checklist and add more organizations that may have been missed.

Will You Benefit from Our Services?

While anyone is welcome to use Notified Right, it will be most helpful if the following apply:

You have proof of your appointment as the legal representative for the deceased's estate, such as a legal Will or Letters of Administration from the court.

The deceased was a Canadian citizen or was living in Canada at time of death. (Please note our services are only offered in English currently.)

You are comfortable using a computer and have access to both a printer and a scanner.


There's no real way to prepare for someone's death. How do you know what to do when someone dies? You probably have a lot of questions, and we're here to help!

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