Wills – FAQs

A “Will” or what’s sometimes called the “Last Will and Testament” is an important legal document. It decides what happens to your belongings when you die. Unfortunately, a large proportion of the Australian population doesn’t have a valid or current Will. This potentially means that there are many people who die without having made the proper arrangements which only cause more grief and complications for the friends and family that they leave behind.

The reasons for not having a valid or current Will are varied, but they all seem to stem from a misunderstanding of what’s involved with making a Will and how easy it can be when you have the right advice.

Here’s a list of frequently asked questions to help clear any doubts you might have about making a Will.