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What is a Solicitor Reviewed Will?

The Solicitor Reviewed Will option is available as an upgrade after you purchase or redeem a standard Will. This invaluable option is provided to give you peace of mind knowing you have completed your Will correctly and in accordance with your intentions.

This option is about a 3rd of the cost of the traditional visit to a Solicitor and saves you valuable time & money!

You could consider a Solicitor Reviewed Will

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How Does Our Site Work?

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 $150

Solicitor Reviewed Will for Couples $250

 

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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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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