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FAQ - Register and store your Will

  • 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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  • Does the Registry help me to prepare a Will and /or Powers of Attorney?
    The Victorian Will & Powers of Attorney Registry only records details of completed Wills or Powers of Attorney.
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  • How long will this information be stored?
    The location details and associated updates provided to us as part of The Victorian Will & Powers of Attorney Registry will be held for 120 years from your date of birth, unless you request them to be removed.
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  • Who will State Trustees disclose the location details to?
    The location details of your documents will be disclosed to your nominated Executors or Attorneys if their details are recorded in the Registry. Information will only be disclosed after a copy of the death certificate or capacity assessment and proof of ID are received and verified.
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  • Is there a point where I will be charged a fee?
    The Victorian Will & Powers of Attorney Registry is a free service for Victorians.
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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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