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Will Week 2019 - Who Will Get Mum's Maltese

Victorian Will Week 2019

This May we’re celebrating Will Week, a campaign aimed at reminding Victorians about the importance of having an up-to-date and safely stored Will. Do you know who will get your cherished things? Do your loved ones know where to find your Will? A vast array of Victorian histories are at risk of being forgotten due to people not having a Will. Don’t let your legacy be lost.

Don’t put it off any longer. For a limited time, we are offering 20% off Will appointment* bookings.
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  Write  

Writing your Will is one of the most important things you’ll ever do. There’s never been a better time to get it sorted, with 20% off Will appointments*.

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Buy a Will Kit

  Register  

Keep your Will safe and easy to find when the time comes, by registering its location with The Victorian Will & Powers of Attorney Registry.

Register your documents

  Store  

For added peace of mind, you can physically store your Will and Powers of Attorney documents securely with us for free.

Store your documents

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20% discount for a limited time*

We help more Victorians write their Wills than any other organisation. Our expertise has been gained from years of helping people over the emotional and legal bumps that can come with writing a Will. Whether you’re writing a new Will or updating one, State Trustees has a team of professional Will writers to help ensure your legacy is safeguarded.

Book an appointment to prepare your Will with one of our professional Will Writers today.

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Wills protecting Victorian histories

Why is it important to have a Will?

State Trustees Will writer Ari, talks to Sally Williams about the importance of having a valid Will and what the consequences are if you don’t have a Will or a legally valid Will.

What are the challenges in writing a Will?

State Trustees Will writer Ari, talks to Sally Williams about the challenges people face when writing a Will and why a using a professional Will writer is a safer choice when having your wishes recorded.

Questions?

We’re here to help. If you need to talk to someone call us on 1300 138 672.

  • Why do I need a Will?
    Your will is your voice after you’re gone. 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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  • What happens if I don't have a Will?
    If you die without a Will, you die intestate. Being intestate means that the relevant state or territory laws of intestacy will determine how your estate is to be managed and distributed.
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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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  • 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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  • 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 my Will have to be witnessed?
    Your signature must be witnessed by two people, both of whom must be at least 18 years old.
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  • When is the Legal Will Kit suitable? When should I consider a face-to-face appointment?
    The kit is unsuitable for you if you have any beneficiaries with special needs, e.g. beneficiaries with disabilities;
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  • How does the Registry work?
    State Trustees keeps the following information under the Victorian Will & Powers of Attorney Registry.
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  • What documents can I register and store in the Victorian Will and Powers of Attorney Registry?
    The following documents relating to your estate can be physically stored;
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  • How can my documents be retrieved?
    The registry can help ensure your documents are found. You will need to advise your Executor and Attorney to contact State Trustees when the time comes. We will only ever release the information to the document owner or nominated Executor and Attorneys.
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