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Online Will


Create your own legally binding Will online in minutes. Includes worksheets, template letters, unlimited customer service support and more. From $59

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Online Will


Create your own legally binding Will online in minutes. Includes worksheets, template letters, unlimited customer service support and more. From $59

Start now

 

A will is used to divide a person's assets and provide directions to family members after that person dies. If you are over the age of 18 years, it's important to have a will in place, even if you don't have many assets. A will helps to ensure that the people you care about know your wishes after you pass away. 

With a Quick Laws online will, you can decide how you want to distribute your assets, give specific directions about your funeral wishes, appoint the persons you want to administer your estate, and name who you want to look after your children. Couples can also make 2 separate mirror wills that reflect the terms of each other. 

Quick Laws' online will is easy, comprehensive and legally binding in your state. Each screen guides you through every step of the process, giving you information that you need to create your legally binding and valid will, in record time. You also receive instructions on how to sign your Will to make it official. We offer excellent customer support to help you along the way. 

Use Quick Laws to quickly and easily make or update your will online now and save in legal fees. Our wills are affordable, comprehensive and up-to-date. 

Why use this service?

✓ Save in legal fees

✓ Ready to sign

✓ Applies Australia wide

✓ Quick & easy to complete

✓ 24 hour customer support

✓ Get peace of mind

✓ Legally binding

✓ 100% satisfaction guaranteed


What's included?


 How it works

   Complete your Will in just 3 simple steps

 

Step 1. Complete
 The online form. We guide you through each step. 

Step 2. Download
Receive your document
by instant download and email. 

Step 3. Sign
Simply check, print and sign. Instructions included.

 

COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT WILLS

 

What is a Will? . . .

A Will is a legal document that sets out how you want your estate to be divided upon your death. A Will also appoints a person to manage your affairs after your death (an Executor). A Will can appoint guardians for your children should something happen to you and your partner or spouse.

Why do I need a Will? . . .

If you die without a valid Will, your estate will be divided according to the laws of intestacy, specific to your state or territory. This may exclude persons that you wanted to receive a benefit from your estate after you die. Even if you have a Will in place, you should regularly review it and ensure that it reflects your current wishes. Generally, if you want to update your Will, it's prudent to make a new Will, rather than amend your current Will.

What happens if I don't make a Will? . . .

After you die, the law will decide how your estate will be managed and divided. Usually, your closest living relative will have to apply for a grant of 'Letters of Administration' to be able to manage your estate upon your death. Letters of Administration applications can be costly and complex.

How do I make sure that my Will is going to be valid? . . .

There are certain requirements that need to be met to ensure that a Will is valid. Download our Will kit to learn about the steps required to help ensure that your Will is legally binding.

Can anyone be a Beneficiary? . . .

A Beneficiary is a person that you give a benefit to from your estate in your Will. A Beneficiary does not need to be over 18 years of age. If a Beneficiary is a minor, the benefit is usually held in trust until that person reaches adult age.

Can anyone be an Executor? . . .

An Executor is the person that you appooint in your Will who will obtain the authority to manage your estate and other affairs after you die. An Executor must be over 18 years of age. You should choose someone that you trust to be your Executor.

How old do I need to be to make a Will? . . .

You must be at least 18 years of age to make a Will. You must have capacity to make a Will, which essentially means that you know and understand what you are doing.

What happens to my Will if I get married, divorced, or separated . . .

You should make a new Will if you divorce or separate, as these events may have the effect of cancelling your Will. It's always better to be safe and make a new Will.

What are 'mirror' Wills? . . .

Mirror Wills are 2 separate Wills that reflect the provisions of the other. For example, a husband appointing his wife as Executor and sole beneficiary and vice versa.

 

What people are saying

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"After having my Will on my to-do list for years, I used Quick Laws to draw up Wills for myself and my husband. It was super quick and easy. Such peace of mind knowing our Wills are now in order."

                                                                                     - Tani, QLD

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"After having my Will on my to-do list for years, I used Quick Laws to draw up Wills for myself and my husband. It was super quick and easy. Such peace of mind knowing our Wills are now in order."

                                                                                     - Tani, QLD

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