Writing or updating your Will shouldn't be an afterthought, even if it's not on the top of your to-do list. In fact, there are several situations in which you should write or update a Will as soon as possible.
Will planning and estate planning might seem indistinguishable to most, but in truth, the two processes are quite different.
What are all the things you need to think about when writing your Will? Please check out our 4-step checklist to drafting a legal Will.
The Australian will requirements divided into three easy to consume and follow categories; The Testator, The Will and The Estate.
The checklist of the 4 things you need to cover to have a legally binding Will; plus a few other hints, tips and tricks to make your Will bulletproof.