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FAQ - Will Kits

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  • Why do I need a will?
    Your will is your voice after you’re gone. It tells people what you want to happen to your assets after you die. The clearer your instructions, the better it is for the people you leave behind.
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  • Who can make a Will?
    If you are over 18 years of age and have testamentary capacity (meaning you have the mental ability to know
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  • When should I use the Legal Will Kit?
    Our Will Kit helps you prepare your own will according to what you want. You can use it if you have simple and straightforward circumstances. For example, if you plan to leave everything you own to members of your immediate family, such as your partner and your children, or extended family or friends. You can also appoint a guardian for any young children you have.
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  • Is the will in the kit a valid will?
    Yes, it is. Providing you carefully follow the instructions for completing your Will in the kit, it will be valid.
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  • Does a Will have to be in writing?
    No, as long as your will is legible and physically signed by you and the witnesses.
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  • Does my will have to be witnessed?
    Your signature must be witnessed by two people, both of whom must be at least 18 years old. Your witnesses shouldn’t be beneficiaries named in the will.
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  • Can I change or update my current will?
    Any time you wish to update a will that has already been completed due to changes in circumstances or thinking, you will need to create a new will. Making a new will automatically cancel your previous will. 
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  • Both my partner and I want to make a Will. Can we have a joint Will?
    No you cannot have a joint Will, each of you must have a separate Will.
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  • Can I purchase the Legal Will Kit for someone else?
    Yes, you may purchase the kit on behalf of someone else.
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  • How is a will revoked?
    Only the person who wrote the will can revoke or cancel it, and they must have the capacity to do that. There are several ways you can revoke a will
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  • Who should I choose as my executor?
    The kit contains information on the choice and role of an executor to assist you in making your appointment decision.
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  • I need help writing my will, what can I do?
    If you need further assistance, we recommend you contact a Will writing professional.
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