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We are dedicated to providing our customers with a range of high quality products. You’ll find quality publications for self help, like the Australian Will Kit. The Australian Will Kit is designed to be easy to use. Each clause on the Will form is numbered and there are detailed instructions for each clause. The Will Form contained in each kit is "Fill in the Blanks" style.  Accompanied with the Step-by-Step Guide and written in layman's terms, the Australian Will Kit is easy to understand. Please browse our collection of products by clicking any of the product category links in the navigation bar at the top or click on a picture below. Don't forget to check back regularly to see our specials! Thank you for visiting our website today.

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If you die without a Will

If you die without a Will you are considered to have died 'intestate'.  If you die intestate the government uses a standard formula to distribute an intestate persons estate. The formula does not make any allowance for how much people meant to you or how prominent they were in your day-to-day life.  It does not take into consideration the value that you placed on individual possessions and who was to receive that special gift.  Disputes often occur where there is no Will and are sometimes fought in court.  Legal action is expensive and the cost may come out of your estate, further reducing the amount that ends up going to your loved ones.  To avoid costly legal battles, family arguments and disagreements it is important that you make sure you write a Will that is legal.  It is the most caring thing you can do to help your family and friends cope with the pain of losing you.

Online wills are proving popular and the Australian Will Kit is very informative and easy to use Will Kit in the market today.  The Australian Will Kit is available in a hard copy format and can be purchased here and the Online Australian Will Kit can be purchased from our online will site.

Why it makes good sense to write your own Will

Everyone should have a current legal Will.  Many people put off writing a Will because they prefer not to think about their death.  Sooner or later, everyone needs a legal Will.  Every person over the age of 18 should consider making a Will and ensure the document is legally valid, up to date and safely stored.

Making a Will is forward thinking and using the Australian Will Kit is easy, fast and shows you how to make a Will that is legal.  This is a legal will kit that can be used in all states and territories of Australia.

The Online Australian Will Kit is completely online and also contains free will kit bonus forms in addition to the Online Will Form.  The Online Australian Will Kit makes writing a will easy and you can use this online will kit for a single person or for two people.  the Will Form is easy to fill in and the free will kit bonus forms are useful in completing your estate planning.  The free will kit bonus forms are absolutely free when you purchase the Online Australian Will Kit.  The free will kit bonus forms include Funeral Instructions, People to inform of my death, Asset Inventory, Donating Organs and many more forms that you will find appropriate and very useful.

Making a Will

Australian law gives you the right to make a Will.  You can make sure your assets are distributed according to your wishes.  Making a Will while you are still enjoying sound mental health means you make these important decisions before it's too late.  Writing a Will forces us to accept that life is not eternal and we find it easier to avoid the task than face the fact.  Not having a Will is not only inconsiderate but may also cause unnecessary trauma for the people you leave behind when you die.  Even if you have made a Will previously, your circumstances may have changed.  By making a Will that is current is just good sense.