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To complete a Will or Power of Attorney you simply follow these steps:

  1. Click on the ‘Buy Legal Will’ or ‘Buy Power Of Attorney’ button
  2. Enter your name & email address
  3. Select your product & state
  4. Purchase by credit card or Paypal
  5. Go to your email & find your confirmation from Legal Will
  6. Access your form via the ‘My Dashboard’ link in your confirmation email
  7. Complete your Will or Power
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What Power of Attorney documents apply in each State or Territory?

 

NSW: General and Enduring Power of Attorney, Enduring Guardian

QLD: General and Enduring Power of Attorney

VIC: General and Enduring Power of Attorney, Enduring Power of Attorney (Medical), Appointment of Supportive Attorney

WA: General and Enduring Power of Attorney

SA: General and Enduring Power of Attorney, Advance Care Directive and Information Sheet

TAS: General and Enduring Power of Attorney

ACT: General and Enduring Power of Attorney

NT: General and Enduring Power of Attorney

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How much does a Will or Power of Attorney cost?

Wills

Legal Will for Singles $25

Legal Will for Couples $40

Solicitor Reviewed Will for Singles $135

Solicitor Reviewed Will for Couples $220

 

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney documents for all states $25 – includes all documents specific to each state.

 

Legal Will Document Storage for your Will or Power of Attorney

1 year $25

2 years $50

3 years $75

4 years $85 (15% saving)

5 years $95 (24% saving)

Please contact Will Store Pty Ltd on 1300 858 882 for

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Where should I store my Power of Attorney?

When you complete a Power of Attorney, you should store your original in a safe place and ensure your Attorney/s knows where it is located. It is often best to arrange a couple of certified copies of the original document so your Attorney/s can retain one and you have a spare if required by a financial institution or government body.

You can also use the services of Will Store Pty Ltd. They offer

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What is a Solicitor Reviewed Will?

Having your Legal Will personally checked by a Solicitor will provide added confidence and peace of mind knowing that your wishes are reflected correctly in your Will and your loved ones are protected.

The expert advice you receive could be invaluable and save your loved ones money and additional emotional hardship.

Ideal for those with comprehensive Legal Will requirements, children from previous marriages or those who just want that extra peace of

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Where should I store my Will?

The safe storage of your Will is just as important as writing it!

Every year many people die having written a Will, yet when the time comes, the Will cannot be located.

Because of this they are deemed to have died intestate. In some states if a copy of the Will can be produced and it can be shown that you did not intend to destroy your Will, you will not have

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