Software startup eState Planner attracts C$1m in seed funding

Toronto-based eState Planner, an interactive estate and will planning software startup, has raised C$1 million in seed financing, according to a blog post.

Toronto-based eState Planner, an interactive estate and will planning software startup, has raised C$1 million in seed financing, according to a blog post. The round was backed by Divorcemate Software creator Mark Harris, Hubdoc co-founders Jamie McDonald and Jamie Shulman and Wittington Investments managing director Owen Duckman.

Source: eState Planner’s blog post