What is a Will?
A Will is a legal document that sets out your wishes about what should happen to your assets (real estate, personal belongings, bank account etc.) after you have died. A Will is your opportunity to detail your instructions on how you would like your assets distributed and your funeral wishes.
Why should I have a Will?
Having a valid, current Will is important to ensure that your assets pass per your wishes and not per the rules of intestacy, which may be unfair in your circumstances. Having a Will can reduce the burden on your loved one after you pass and can reduce delays and expenses associated with distribution of your Estate.
When should I make a Will?
You should make a Will when:
- You turn 18
- You purchase or sell property
- You get married, divorced or leave or enter a defacto relationship
- Your family changes, for example if you start a family or your family grows
We offer fixed fee Wills and our experienced team can guide you through the process, reducing stress and providing you with peace of mind.
Get started by contacting us to make an appointment, or by providing your details using our online Will process.
If you choose to get started using our online Will process, we will collect your information and a member of our Wills and Estates team will be in contact with you within 3 business days.