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About Willingness

The Easy, Fast & Simple Online Will Kit

My name is Tyler, I’m the CEO at Willingness. We’re an online estate planning tool that helps make it easy, affordable and convenient to create Will and Power of Attorney documents in less than 20 minutes with our easy-to-use Online Will Kit. Now you can skip the expensive visit to a lawyer or solicitor and create your own Will online and get that affordable peace of mind.

Our mission is to make it simple for Australians and New Zealanders to prepare for and deal with death in a digital age. We’re here to give you and your family the ultimate peace of mind with an affordable, legally valid Will.

If you’re recently married, bought your first home, had a child or noticed that your will is outdated, it’s wise to create a will to ensure your property is distributed according to your wishes and that you have organised guardians for underage children. An outdated will could leave your assets and your family at risk! If you don’t have a valid will, they may not be distributed to the beneficiaries you would have chosen. Keep your family and your assets protected with Willingness.

Our process is simple, first we ask you some basic information, you choose your plan with our help and then we guide you through our simple process. You will then receive your completed Will via email after which you can print, sign and store securely. Once you have your Will set up you will also be able to change it whenever your circumstances change. Just log back into Willingness.com.au to change your Will. The process really is that easy!

Protect your assets and your family’s future has never been faster, more simple or as affordable as a new legally valid Will from Willingness.

Get started with our easy-to-use process by clicking the button below.

Founder of Willingness Tyler

Studies show that over 50% of Australians do not have a valid Will.

Minimum of $650 in savings for couples with Willingness compared to visiting a lawyer.

60% of parents haven’t organised guardianship for their minors.

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