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Online Wills: Are They Legally Valid?
Learn what makes a will legally valid. Create your own legally binding will with our secure Online Will platform.
Do You Need a Lawyer to Write a Will?
Find out more about writing a will without the direct assistance of a lawyer. Use our Online Will to produce a clearly written and legally valid.
Why You Should Consider a State Trustees Will Kit
Learn about why a State Trustees Will Kit is the fast, simple, and reliable option you’ve been looking for.
Our Top Tips for Preparing a Will Online
Here is the overview of what’s important when preparing a simple and legally valid will online.
Don’t leave behind a mess with an out of date will – Sue’s Story
For Sue, creating a new will was a priority once she turned 65. Sue chose to use State Trustees on a recommendation from friends.
Why a new marriage means a new will – Roland’s story
For 72-year-old retiree, Roland, a new marriage was the change that led him to create a new will with State Trustees.
A will is for your loved ones – Felicity’s Story
When a parent passes away, it was the exact scenario that prompted her to create a will for 36-year-old Felicity.
A new Australian citizen, a new will – Anand’s story
For Anand, becoming an Australian citizen meant he needed to create a will for the first time.
Why you should update your will as you age – Chris and Raelene’s Story
For Chris and Raelene, updating their will was a must on their to-do list when COVID-19 hit.
A complex situation, sorted with a will – Rose’s story
For 62-year-old Rose, creating a will via State Trustees was “a straightforward and rewarding process” despite complexities with her situation.
Hidden in plain sight – how to spot and report elder abuse
Elder abuse is a complex issue that is estimated to impact 1 in 6 older people globally. Here’s how to spot it and what to do about it.
Will and Power of Attorney: Understanding the Difference
Take a look at the differences between Wills and Power of Attorney to help you make better decisions.
What Happens to Your Will Following a Divorce?
If you’ve recently married, or you’re getting divorced, you will want to check your will because changes in relationship status can change your priorities, or even affect whether your will is still valid.
How Can a Will be Revoked?
If you believe that your will is not what you want anymore, you can revoke or replace that will. In this article, we’re going to look at how you can do that.
What are Beneficiaries of a Will
A beneficiary of a will is a person that you name in your will, as someone who you would want to receive items or assets from your estate after you die.
Wills and Same Sex Couples
The importance of a will is no less important for same sex couples but there are specific points you and your partner should consider.
Pets and Wills – What Happens to Them After You Die?
What happens if they are no longer around to care for their pet? Ensure that your pet and their future carer are supported after you pass away with provisions made in your will.