On line Wills Prepared by an O’Sullivan Law Solicitor
Preparing your Will with a solicitor gives you greater peace of mind that your estate will be distributed according to your wishes and not end up in a protracted and expensive legal dispute.
At O’Sullivan Law we have extensive experience drafting clear and precise Wills, so you can be assured that your estate will be protected and divided to your exact requirements.
Three easy steps to completing your will
- Fill out and submit the will information form online
- Make an appointment with us to sign and check your will
- Sign your will
With our online will service you only need to make one appointment with a solicitor once saving you time and money.
You can fill out all the necessary information in the comfort and convenience of your own home and in your own time
An O’Sullivan Law online will has the same legal strength as any solicitor drafted legal will it’s just cheaper and more convenient,
What will it cost?
At O’Sullivan Law, we offer an efficient and cost effective service. Our experience has taught us the majority of our clients require a Simple Will.
Let’s use an example to illustrate what a Simple Will is.
Mary leaves all her property to her husband, David. If David passes away Mary leaves all her property to her children Sue and William equally.
We offer a competitive flat fee of $397 to prepare one Simple Will. Just complete our online will information form.
Special online Offer get your partner a fully legal will for only $99 when purchased as a package
This is an ideal way to give you and your partner peace of mind. Just complete and submit another online will information form and follow the same easy steps.
That’s 2 fully legal mirror simple wills professional prepared by a solicitor for only $496 this is an online only special offer only.
Let’s use an example to illustrate what two Mirror Simple Wills are.
- Will 1: Mary leaves all her property to her husband, David. If David passes away Mary leaves all her property to their children Sue and William equally.
- Will 2: David leaves all his property to his wife, Mary. If Mary passes away David leaves all his property to their children Sue and William equally.
We are also experienced in drafting more complex wills at competitive rates. If you require more than a Simple Will complete the questionnaire and we will let you know the additional costs involved in preparing your Will.
Why do I need a Will?
- · You can have peace of mind knowing that you have saved your family unnecessary time, stress and expense.
- · You can ensure that a loved one receives a specific piece of property. For example that your jewellery is left to your daughter.
- · You can choose to make a donation to your favourite charity or organisation.
- · You can ensure that your children under 18 years have a guardian to care for them.
- · You can let your family know whether you wish to be buried or cremated.
- · If you have been married or divorced since your last Will, that Will may have been automatically revoked.