Having a professional prepared Will drawn up and executed is one of the most important things you can do for the future of your family and those you may leave behind.
If professionally prepared, your Will sets out all of your wishes for how your assets should be distributed, who should look after dependent children and how the rest of your affairs should be dealt with.
Sadly many people pass away without taking care of this important process or they cut corners with a do it yourself Will that completely fails to properly set out their wishes – and leaves problems and potential disputes for loved ones to resolve.
In our experience the cost of a poorly prepared do it yourself Will, after you pass away, is much, much more than the saving you think you’re making.
A better way
Gray Lawyers is Queensland’s first online, lawyer checked Will provider. We offer you the convenience of online instructions and payment so that we can prepare your Will without you needing to come into our office for a first appointment.
This isn’t a do it yourself, cutting corners approach though. The information you provide is checked by an experienced estate planning lawyer who then ensures your document is prepared properly before providing it to you for signing.
Our online, lawyer checked Will is perfect for individuals or couples who leaving assets to immediat or couples who are employees and are primarily leaving their assets to
Complex Wills and detailed estate planning
For those that may have more complex personal, family or asset situations an online Will is not recommended. You need to ensure you receive advice from an experienced estate planning lawyer which will require a face to face meeting.
Factors requiring a more complex Will may include blended families, second marriages, concerns over beneficiaries’ financial management, existing trusts, asset values over $1million, ownership of a business or company assets, family owned enterprises, rural holdings and more.
If that’s the case for you we strongly recommend that you contact our parent firm, Clifford Gouldson Lawyers, for a detailed estate wishes interview and planning session.
You can also visit “Which Will is right for you?” if you are unsure how you should proceed.