Wills Estate

Wills Estate was established to offer full-service online wills at economical prices with the ease of technology.

We want to provide a one-stop-shop to easily create and lodge a will without leaving the living room or pub.

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Frequently asked questions

What is an estate?

An estate is effectivelt the net worth of an idavidual. It comprises of everything they own including money in the bank, liabilities and assets.

Who can make a will?

If you are reading this and are over the age of 18 years old, it's a great start and there is a good chance you will be able to make a will. There are a number of other factors and considerations that need to be accounted for such as being of mentally sound. If you are at all concerned if you don't fit the criteria to make a will, Will recommends that you seek legal advice from a law firm and consult with a lawyer.

Can wills be signed online?

Most states around Australia currently do not allow for electronically signed wills. Unfortunately, we still have to print it off and sign it the old fashioned way. If you don't have a printer, just let Will know, he can print your will and send it to you in the post. 

Who can contest a will?

Anyone can contest a will. Wills are most commonly contested by family, friends, partners and loved ones. 

Are funerals included in a will?

100% you can include funerals in wills. You subtract the cost of your funeral from the estate. Leave final words and details as to how you would like the funeral service. Include pictures and music that you would like featured at the funeral service. 

Can I donate my organs?

Organ donation is becoming a popular inclusion in wills. You can include what you would like to happen with your health organs in your will. 

How it works

All you need to do is punch in some basic information into a form. The questions are pretty simple to understand that most people who finished primary school should understand the comprehension. With this in mind, you must be at least 18 years to get a will made online with Wills Estate.

From there, we get stuck into the nitty-gritty of making the will. For a simple will, it shouldn’t take longer than 5 minutes to fill out online, but you can also put on a cup of tea, put a log on the fire and take as long as you need to complete.

Once we have all your information and all done, we will send you an email with your will in an attached pdf document. For the will to become a legally binding document, you must print the document, sign and date in a blue pen the will with a couple of witnesses to verify and make it legit.

Security

We understand the importance of security, and it was a big consideration with choosing the technology partners to build the platform.

Your data is critical to us. We appreciate the trust that you have in us to store your personal information.

GoDaddy hosts Wills Estate on a secure WordPress platform. We have security measures such as reCAPTCHA from Google to help keep your data as safe and secure as possible.

Reviews

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3b/79-80 Beach Road, Sandringham

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  • Avatar R Davs ★★★★★ in the last week
    Should have done it sooner but thought would be much more hassle than this. Was easy and hassle free, completed in under 10 min. Glad to have it sorted. Cheers
  • Avatar Tayla Shreeve ★★★★★ in the last week
    The best of the best. The five most valuable minutes of my life. Thanks Will 👌🏾
  • Avatar Waldo Marketing ★★★★★ a week ago
    A legal will within 5 minutes. 100%
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    To die for
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    10/10
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Content

What is probate?

Probate is a legal process that can help validate a will. If you think you might need probate, Will recommends going to a law firm and seeking legal advice from a lawyer.

What is a beneficiary?

Beneficiaries or a beneficiary are the lucky ducks who receive the contents of the estate. There can be many beneficiaries in a will.

What is an executor?

An executor is a person nominated by the deceased to distribute the estate upon their death. The main responsibility of the executor is to carry out the wishes of the deceased based on instructions included in the will. An executor of a will can be an honourable role....

What if I die without a will?

In the event of your passing, what would happen if you didn't have a will?  Normally it isn't the end of the world even though we're discussing the end of your world. It should be logical for people to figure out. At the end of the day, even the best wills can be...

What happens when someone dies?

In the event of someone's passing, a will may be the best thing they leave behind. Often it can be tricky to find the will if it's not obvious as to whom may have it or where they may have left it. Once the will has been found then we are ready to rock and roll and...

What is a will?

A will is a legal document that generally includes the wishes of your estate in the event of your passing. Normally, they include an executor whose responsibility is to divide the estate per the will's instructions. Wills can include pets, children, gifts, charities,...