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Complete Legal Will Kit for Australia

Have you made a Will yet? Do it now, and take advantage of our special price on this Complete Legal Will Kit for Australia.

If you have property, investments, stocks or other assets - whether in Australia or abroad - you need to make a Will to ensure that those assets are distributed according to your wishes.

The Will Kit contains easy-to-use forms and guidelines to help you prepare your Will, choose an executor ⁄ trustee, and appoint a guardian for minor children in the event both parents die. Buy the Legal Will Kit and receive the following forms:
  • Last Will and Testament for Australia, with instructions to help you complete the document;
  • Making a Will - Frequently Asked Questions, a guide that answers many of your questions about how to make a proper Will for your state ⁄ territory, how to appoint an executor and a guardian for minor children, how to make changes to your Will, etc.;
  • a checklist and worksheet for you to record all the personal information, and information about your assets and property, that is required to help you prepare your Will;
  • information about the duties and responsibilities of an executor ⁄ trustee.
Download your Complete Legal Will Kit for Australia immediately after purchase. All forms are fully editable Microsoft Word templates which can be used over and over - so there's no need to buy a separate kit for each member of the family.

Download: Complete Legal Will Kit for Australia

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