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Complete Legal Will Kit for New Zealand

Have you made a Will yet? If you live in New Zealand, do it now and take advantage of our special price on this Complete Legal Will Kit for New Zealand.

If you have property, investments, stocks or other assets - either in New Zealand 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:
  • Will form, 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 valid Will under New Zealand law and how to reduce the risk of someone challenging the Will, appointing an executor and a guardian for minor children, dealing with Maori land, 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 New Zealand 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 New Zealand

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