Estateably Launches in Manitoba

Ari Brojde
Founder & CEO

Since this year’s launch in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Quebec, Estateably already has enlisted more than 250 professional firms to our platform. We are excited to build on the momentum of our previous launches in Manitoba. We are continuing to partner with forward-thinking professionals who want to bring efficiency and transparency to the estate administration process, ultimately enabling families to receive their inheritances faster.

We are currently in a private launch with a select group of law firms in Manitoba and will open to all provincial practitioners on October 11th, 2021. We are eager to be bringing a modern estate administration platform to Manitoba's estate and trust professionals.

What is Estateably?

Estateably is the first cloud-based platform for estate administrators in Canada. It improves settlement times and transparency into the process. 

We have created a secure, transparent, and cost-effective solution for law and accounting professionals to manage the probate process. Our goal is to simplify the probate process, ease the workload for estate professionals, and enable families to receive inheritances more quickly. 

Benefits of Estate Administration Software:

Form and letter automation: The platform can automate the generation of court forms and precedent letters to reduce manual effort, save time, and reduce the possibility of errors. 

Instant report generation: Instantly generate dozens of court-formatted reports such as a Statement of Accounts and automatic calculations for executor compensation. 

Collaborate with your team from anywhere: Work and communicate on the same file at the same time, anywhere you have an internet connection.

And much more! Find out why professionals are switching to Estateably here.


Stay tuned; in the coming months, Estateably plans to launch in new jurisdictions to support estate professionals across the country.


Ari Brojde
Founder & CEO
Ari Brojde is the co-founder and CEO of Estateably, a platform that empowers trust and estate professionals to digitize their practices through automation and enhanced compliance while facilitating practice-wide collaboration.

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