Be ready with the full names of anyone who you are intending to appoint as a trustee or as a guardian for children. It's a good idea, although not essential, that you check with anyone who you want to appoint as a trustee, that they are willing to accept the appointment. Decide who you want to make provision for and what it is that you want to leave for each of those people in your will.
Even if you don't own much property, it is wise to have a will. Probably the best reason to have a will is to save your family some of the trouble and expense that occurs when a person dies without leaving a will. It can add considerably to the time, expense and trouble that is involved in tidying up the affairs of a person who dies, if the person dies without leaving a will.
You should make a will when you marry or enter into a civil union or a de facto relationship. When you have children, it is especially important to have a will.
Because of the importance of your will, the law says it must be made in a prescribed manner. The LawOnline system ensures that you will make a valid will, as long as you carefully follow all of the advice that you are given by the LawOnline system and carefully follow all of the steps that you are advised to take.
You and 2 witnesses will need to sign the will, all in each other’s presence.
For each will, there can only be one person whose will is being made. Two people cannot make a single will together. They must each make separate wills.
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