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Wills Express

Would you like the peace of mind of a lawyer prepared Will, but don’t have the time for lengthy meetings with a lawyer?

Our Wills Express service is perfect for you.

Unlike other online Will services, you still get to speak to a lawyer on the telephone and your Will is prepared by a lawyer for your circumstances.

How it works:

  1. Complete the online form below.
  2. Ensure that all mandatory fields are completed as a minimum.
  3. Once you are happy with the information provided, please enter your payment details and then submit.
  4. One of our lawyers will contact you to make sure we understand your circumstances and to discuss any questions.
  5. We will prepare your Will and send it out to you for review and signing.

Easy!

Please note: our Wills Express services does not consider your broader Estate Planning needs, such as difficult family situations or how your superannuation sits with your Will. If you would like these matters considered, you should utilise our Estate Planning services.

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