Some of the options for free or low-cost legal help may be helpful if you are making a will. For example, a notary public can help with making a will.
Access Pro Bono
In-person clinic staffed by volunteer lawyers to help low-income seniors (ages 55+) and people with terminal illnesses prepare a will.
Law Students’ Legal Advice Program clinics
Law students from the University of British Columbia offer free assistance to qualifying clients with some legal matters, including preparing some simple wills. Their manual has a chapter on "Wills and Estate Planning" that includes sample clauses for making a will.
Online resource created by Legal Aid BC. MyLawBC guides you to prepare a simple will through a set of questions. It also gives information on wills and other personal planning documents.
Publisher of do-it-yourself guides on legal topics, including some guides on preparing a will in Canada.