Custom Wills are tailored for individuals with specific needs, including business owners, blended families, and those with self-managed super funds (SMSFs).
Custom Will document
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Bundle and save when you make your Basic Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship documents with us.
Basic Will document
Power of Attorney document
Enduring Guardianship document
Store your Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship safely in our WillSafe.
Storage of a single document for $29 OR
Storage of up to 3 documents for $49
Benefits of WillSafe
No annual fee
No cost to retrieve documents
FREE when you appoint us as executor or attorney
Bundle and save $220 when you include a Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship.
Your Will and estate planning documents are made at no charge if you are:
- eligible for a full Centrelink Age Pension
- receiving Department of Veterans' Affairs Pension or Disability Support Pension and would otherwise be eligible for a full Centrelink Age Pension.
NSW Seniors Card holders receive a discounted $29 one-off fee for storing up to three documents instead of the $49 standard fee.
Free WillSafe storage if you appoint us as executor or power of attorney.
Payment and cancellations
Payment is required at the end of the first appointment. We accept EFTPOS, Visa. Mastercard and prepaid cards. We do not accept cash, Amex or Diners cards.
Cancellation fees apply if you cancel our services after the first appointment. The cancellation fee will be the greater of:
- $275; or
- 30% of the fee given to you as quoted
We will charge you the full amount of any disbursements we have incurred leading up to the cancellation.
- Any cancellation fee will be deducted from the fees paid.
- Any balance of the fees paid will be refunded to you.
- If the cancellation fee exceed the fees you paid, you will be required to pay the cancellation fee at the time of cancellation.
If you appoint us as your executor in your Will, fees will apply to administer your estate. These fees only take effect after you pass away and are generally charged from your estate.