Buy your Will, via our secure platform, and complete the interview to assist our lawyers
One of our Australian lawyers will review the will and provide you with an advice
Follow the step-by-step instructions on how to sign your Will so that it is legally valid
We take advantage of the most advanced online technology to guarantee that you can prepare a Will that looks word-for-word the same as one prepared by a solicitor.
You will have your final Last Will and Testament checked over for consistency and completeness by one of our Australian Solicitors.
We have created the perfect balance between technology and the human touch to ensure that you receive the best value for money.
A Will makes it much easier for your family or friends to sort everything out when you die.
Without a Will, the process can be more time consuming and stressful.
If you don’t have a legitimate Will in place prior to your death, the law determines who will receive your assets.
Our online Will service allows you to create your Will today and have a finalised copy within 24 hours.
Unlike other online Will services, our Wills are reviewed by an Australian Licensed Solicitor, meaning that you can feel assured that your final wishes will be recorded accurately.
Writing a Will is especially important if you have children or other family who depend on you financially, or if you want to leave something to people outside your immediate family.
Most DIY Will kits give too much responsibility to the individual preparing the Will.
There are too many blank spaces and not enough guidance.
The consequences of incorrectly completing a blank kit are extreme.
We guide you through the process and make sure that every possible scenario is covered in your distribution plan.
We prompt you to name your key appointments, describe your family situation, ask you to name guardians for children if appropriate, and set up trusts.
Once you complete our online interview, you will then need to finalise your Will
For a Will to be valid it must be signed by you, and witnessed by two people, who must also sign it in your presence
You must have the mental capacity to make the Will and understand the effect it will have, and you must have made the Will voluntarily and without pressure from anyone else.