Why young Australian’s shouldn’t underestimate the power and importance of a Will

A Will is a formal document that outlines how you want your assets (including your property) to be distributed in the event of your death, when the assets should be transferred and how they are transferred. Everyone has substantial assets to protect, for example your first home, superannuation etc. Approximately 50% of all Australians do not have a Will, and of those who have a Will an estimated 50% are invalid.

Many young Australian’s are led to believe that Wills are too complex and time consuming to create, and only for other people. However, it doesn’t have to be that way thanks to our newest FHBA Community Services Partner Wills. Well Done – providing online, premium and affordable legal wills for all young Australians.

Keron Beath of Wills. Well Done. says “While having a Will is particularly important for people who own assets, have a spouse or children, or have complicated circumstances due to mixed families or business structures, all young Australian’s should strongly consider putting a Will in place”

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What happens if I don’t have a Will in place?

The laws of “Intestacy” doesn’t take into account your personal wishes, instead it only allows for your property to be distributed to your estate according to a formula.

Wills. Well Done. Is the only online Will service provider delivered by a registered Law Firm, backed by legal advice, and certified as legal services – which provides you with peace of mind that your Will be created by trusted professionals who will guide through the whole journey of organising your Will. You can create your Will from as little as $55 incl GST. Click below to organise your Will now:

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