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Create your Online Will

It could take you as little as 30 minutes…

Spare time on your hands? Our new Online Will is easy to complete, highly secure and backed by our decades of experience.

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Online Will 4 Steps

Step 1 Check if the Online Will is right for you

Step 2 Register

Step 3 Complete 8 sections

Step 4 Review & finish

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Why make your will online?

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Easy and quick

After a few straightforward questions you could complete your will step-by-step in as little as 30 minutes.

Affordable

No hidden costs, just a one time flat fee of $120.

Backed by experience

We’ve been trusted by generations of Victorians for over 80 years.

 

What’s included in the Online Will?

   8 Sections

  • Personal details: Tell us about yourself
  • Executors: Who should manage your estate after you die?
  • Guardians: Who do you want to look after your children?
  • Care for your pets: Who will look after Fluffy and Rex?
  • Funeral service: Tell us how you’d like to be celebrated
  • Residuary estate: Who do you want most of your estate to go to?
  • Gifts: Leave special gifts to the people who are special to you
  • Minor beneficiaries: How old should minor children be when they inherit?

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No more excuses. If you haven’t written your will yet, this is the smoothest way to get it sorted and off your to-do list.

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Online Will FAQs

Before writing a will

  • 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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  • What happens if I don’t have a will?
    If you die without a will, you die intestate. Being intestate means that the laws of the state or territory you live in will decide how your assets are managed and distributed. Your assets are your property including belongings that have value like a house, car and bank accounts.
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  • When should I make a Will?
    It’s a good idea to review your Will when there have been significant events in your life, or every 2 to 3 years, to ensure it still meets your requirements.
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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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  • Is the State Trustees Online Will suitable for me?
    Our Online Will writing platform is designed to help Australians over 18 years with simple and straight forward circumstances write their own will.
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While writing a will

  • How long do I have write my will using the State Trustees Online Will?
    You have 30 days from your purchase to complete your will.
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  • Are there any additional costs to making my Online Will
    You can make your will with our Online Will writing platform for a flat fee of $120. There are no additional costs or subscriptions fee involved.
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  • Can my partner and I make a joint will with the Online Will?
    For a couple even if the instructions in both wills mirror each other, you will each need to write and sign your own will.
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After writing a will

  • Will my data be safe when I use State Trustees Online Will?
    We take the security of your data very seriously and after 30 days period your will data is moved off our platform.
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  • Where do I store my Will?
    The Victorian Will and Powers of Attorney Registry is an initiative offered by State Trustees. It is a safe place to store your Will and Powers of Attorney documents. It is free for anyone who lives in Victoria.
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  • How often should I review my Will?
    It’s a good idea to review your will when there have been important events or changes in your life, or every two to three years. This makes sure it still meets your needs.
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  • When should I update my will?
    An up-to-date will helps ensure the essential people in your […]
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