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Probate 101: What is it?

Exploring probate and when it is required

Looking after your pet in your Will

What are the key questions to consider when

What is a medical treatment decision maker?

What happens when we cannot make our own medical decisions?

Do I need a lawyer to make a Will?

Writing your Will doesn't need to be expensive or time-consuming

Who can sign my Will?

Witnesses are an important part of ensuring your Will is legal and valid

What is a ‘Gift in Will’?

Giving to causes you care about

What is the difference between a DIY will kit and an online will?

Writing a legally valid Will is a key part of planning for your future.

What is the difference between General Power Of Attorney v Enduring Power of Attorney?

Power of Attorney is a key part of your estate planning process.

What are the most important things to put in a will?

It is important to consider how your passing may affect those you care about.

Where is the best place to keep a will?

You've finalised your Will and had it signed in front of two witnesses. Now, where do you store it?

How do you choose an Executor?

Choosing the right person to be the Executor of your will is important.

Are DIY Will Kits Any Good?

Willed is built on pre-made, customisable Will templates, not a DIY-type approach.

Are you eligible to write a Will online?

Writing a Will is something every adult should look into sooner rather than later

The Benefits of Writing a Will Online

Why writing a Will online can be a great option

The top 3 misconceptions about writing a Will

Setting the record straight about your Will

Letters of Administration Explained

What happens if you die without a Will?

How to write a Will in the time of COVID-19

Focus on keeping your affairs in order and on building plans for the future as best you can

What to look for in your Will

There are a range of things to look for in your Will!

The difference between a Will and a Trust

When it comes to estate planning, there’s a range of options...

Do you need Statement of Wishes

One of the things that people often want to know about is whether or not they need a statement of wishes.

Is a digital Will legal?

How to make sure your digital Will is valid

How to talk to your adult kids about your Will

One of the most important conversations you’ll have about your Will is going to be sitting down with your kids.

Digital Wills Vs Traditional Wills

We're modernising Wills, to make them work for what you need, when you need it.

Building a Will: Your checklist

We’ve put together a checklist for writing your Will. Here’s how to get started and get it sorted.

How to think about your digital presence when you die

What will happen to your Facebook account after you die?

How much does a will cost?

Many people know that a Will is important, but they don’t know any of the details.

Make the right call to look after your pet

Caring for your pets is one of the most important and rewarding things you can do

Caring for the causes you love through your Will

Supporting charities and causes that mean a lot to you on a personal level is an important pathway for your Will.

Finding out your next of kin

Essentially, this is a term that describes your closest living relative, by blood or by relationship.

Power of attorney and your Will explained

There are key differences between your Will and assigning a Power of Attorney.

Retirement and your Will

Retirement isn’t just about relaxing; it’s about being organised, too!

This is what marriage and divorce could mean for your Will.

When you go through changes in your life, it’s important to recognise that they will need to be reflected in your Will

Q&A: Your questions about Wills, answered!

Our Q&A can tell you everything you need to know about your Will.

Why financial wellbeing includes having a Will

When you’re looking ahead at what the future looks like, financial wellbeing also means having your Will in place.

What’s the right age to start my Will?

We recommend all adults start to think about their Will sooner rather than later!

Every single parent should have a Will.

We know what it’s like to worry about the future. Having a Will makes a difference.

Can my Will be contested?

There are some circumstances in which a Will may be contested in court - but having a Will is still vitally important!

Why is a Will so important? Why do I need a Will?

No matter where you’re at in life, having a plan in place is always a good idea.

How to get your Will sorted for the EOFY!

One of the areas where you can start getting things sorted out is actually in creating a legal Will.

Who can create a legal Will online?

Everyone is entitled to make a Will - as long as they have the capacity to make the necessary determinations!

When is it time to update your Will?

If you’ve written a Will online, it’s important to remember that you might need to update it from time to time!

How do you choose a beneficiary for your Will?

When you're writing a Will online, the most important step is to select a beneficiary.

Your Will and your Superannuation: What you need to know

What happens to your superannuation if you die?

What happens to your pets in the event of your death?

Our pets are more than just cats and dogs; they’re closer to family members.

How to appoint a legal guardian in your will

How to appoint a legal guardian in your will

What Happens If You Die Without A Will?

If you're planning for your future, you should be trying to tick off everything on your list.
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