Do-It-Yourself Legal Wills Made Easy

Take care of your loved ones and put your mind at ease by completing an online Will.

Not only are we Australia’s most trusted DIY Will and Power of Attorney provider,

we also provide Advance Health Directives and Statutory Declaration documents

for your legal needs.

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Not all Wills are complicated so why pay more?

Unlike other Will providers we believe ALL Australian citizens should have AFFORDABLE access to create a legally valid Will, which is why we have been providing our do-it-yourself legal Will form for the past 24 years. It’s an easy and cost effective alternative for a fraction of the cost of a traditional visit to a solicitor.

So what are you waiting for?  Create your legal Will today and live your life with Peace of Mind knowing that your family is protected.

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No more excuses. It’s simple to create a valid, legal Will.

Why Everyone Needs A Legal Will

There is nothing more comforting than knowing your family will be taken care of after you’ve gone. It not only gives you peace of mind, but it is one less thing for your loved ones to worry about. Here are some of the reasons why it is important for you to have a legal Will.

Protect Your Family

Not having a Will could create conflict and division within the family. Ensure your wishes are carried out by the person you trust and not a court appointed outsider.

Peace of Mind

Determine what you want to happen to your possessions. You can nominate gifts, donations and determine what you would like to happen to your remains.

Protecting your Assets

Undoubtedly, you want to decide what happens to your assets. Don’t leave it to chance, a legal Will is the only way for you to decide who gets what.

Who Looks After Your Children?

Wills are the only way to appoint a legal guardian for your children.  Because you want the best for your children, you can state the provisions you have made for them to ensure they will be taken care of.

Save Money. Save Stress.

Reduce financial burden on the beneficiaries. Applying for probate is costly and time consuming. Deciding who will  manage your estate involves a lot of emotion and stress.

Customer Testimonials

I must admit I had been putting off doing a Will for some years as I had never gotten around to finding the time to do one. A friend recommended the Will Store and so through their website I processed my Will which I found very user friendly and relatively easy to understand. It offered detailed explanations of the different sections of my estate and also Superannuation information. I saved my work through their website over a period of weeks and once complete I arranged to have their solicitor check the arrangements I had made. He called and spent considerable time in going over my document and also followed it up by an email soon after. I was completely satisfied with both his services and also that of the support staff who were also exceptionally helpful and knowledgeable. As my circumstances may potentially change in the years ahead I have taken up the five year option that allows me to amend as required. I’m somewhat relieved now that I’ve done it and I am more than happy to recommend Legal Will and the services they offer.

Geoff Stevens

I decided to try the online legal wills at legalwill.com.au because I needed a convenient, cost-effective way to help my clients prepare their Will. I  found legalwill.com.au very easy to use and I could prepare my client’s Will in less than 45 minutes.  The result was a comprehensive, well-written document for my clients that I could print out on the spot. One thing I liked was the simple format for entering my client’s information. I found the experience very impressive and I would recommend legalwill.com.au to other Financial Planners who want to ensure their clients are protected for the future.

Leigh Stafford Edge Financial Planning

I found the information on legalwill.com.au really easy to understand and very helpful when it came to completing my will online. The Will form was in a user-friendly format and I finished my Will in 45 minutes. I would recommend anyone to legalwill.com.au because it was clear and straightforward and very professional.

Belinda Gibson Oatley

It was really easy to create my Will with LegalWill.com.au. It’s incredibly comprehensive & professional & only costs $25. I’m so relieved to have this important document in place to assist my family should something unexpected happen, and having peace of mind means a lot to me.

Wendy Kirrawee

I used legalwill.com.au to prepare my Will and I found that it was really easy and the Will form explained things very well as I went along. The whole process worked perfectly!

Donna Churchland Illawong

What Kind Of Document Do I Need?

What Is A Will?

To put it simply, a Will is a legal document that only comes into effect after your death.

  • It is a written document, in a specific format designed to carry out your wishes in regards to your assets after death. It is not valid while you are alive.
  • You can change your Will as many times as you like during your lifetime. Only the last valid Will you make before you die will be used to reflect your final wishes.
  • A Will also allows you to:
    • Choose who will benefit from your estate
    • Nominate a guardian for your children
    • Leave a specific gift to a friend or family member
    • Nominate a guardian for your pets
    • Provide funeral directions

Without a Will, someone else, including a court, may decide the fate of your estate.

 

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What Is A Solicitor Checked Will?

Get peace of mind knowing your Will is valid and legally binding.

  • Have you prepared your Will but would like an expert to review it to ensure you have done it correctly?
  • Have you prepared your Will in line with your intentions?
  • Do you fully understand your Will and the consequences of what you have written?
  • Have you signed your Will correctly with the right witnesses?

These are all questions that can be answered by the Solicitor Checked Will option.

For a third of the cost of a traditional visit to a Solicitor, you can have that peace of mind knowing your Will is correct and legally valid.

 

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What Is A Testamentary Trust?

Consider a Testamentary Trust if you want to:

  • Provide asset protection for your family.
  • Provide potential taxation advantages for your beneficiaries.
  • Ensure your assets stay in your family line.
  • Provide asset protection for beneficiaries who are at risk from litigation, divorce or legal action.
  • Allow more flexibility for your beneficiaries to distribute and split income.
  • Ensure your biological children receive their inheritance if you have remarried.
  • It’s important to realise that standard Will simply passes your assets to your new partner, meaning your children could miss out!

 

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What Is A Power Of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is the only way to ensure that someone you trust looks after your affairs if you are travelling or if something untoward should happen to you.

  • It is a legal document that allows you to appoint a person(s) to manage financial and legal decisions on your behalf.
  • The difference between a General and Enduring Power of Attorney is that an Enduring Power of Attorney remains in force if you were to lose the mental capacity. This could happen at any time because of illness, injury or disability.
  • If you do not have an Enduring Power of Attorney in place, a court or tribunal may appoint someone to manage your finances.

It is important to carefully consider who you appoint as your attorney as they are in a position of trust and responsibility.

 

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What Is An Advance Health Directive?

Why should I have an Advance Health Directive?

  • What happens if you experience a catastrophic accident or illness that leaves you unconscious or unable to communicate?
  • How do you make sure your wishes regarding your medical care are known?

Having an Advance Health Directive is the answer.

By planning in advance, you can get the medical care and treatments you desire, while relieving your loved ones of making major medical decisions during moments of grief or crisis.

Advance Health Directives help reduce the confusion and disagreements about medical care.

 

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What You Need To Know

Did you know we also provide hard copy Will kits?

For the past 20 years, we have been providing our customers with the WiIPaC™ Do-It-Yourself Legal Will and Power of Attorney Kits through our retail partners. If you prefer a written version, look for one of these covers in their stores:

 

 

 

 

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