Your online will service

In its most simple form, estate planning is all about peace of mind. It’s about making sure that your assets are distributed to your loved ones according to your wishes.

As we do with all areas of your financial life, Moneywise Global want to ensure that this important decision of yours is taken with as much confidence and assurance as possible.

We have therefore partnered with an expert in this field, Hall Payne Lawyers, to provide an to easy to use, efficient and cost effective way of producing your Will using their on-line service. There is a one-off cost of $99 (inclusive of GST) for the completion of an online Will.

Hall Payne Lawyers has a proud tradition of assisting Australians from all walks of life for more than 25 years.

The HPL Online Service produces a comprehensive Will based on your inputs but it does not provide you with legal advice specific to your individual needs.

The main steps in creating your Will is outlined below:

  • Step 1: Answering a series of questions to ensure a standard Will is appropriate for you.
  • Step 2: Paying for your Will
  • Step 3: Complete your Will online
  • Step 4: Print your Will
  • Step 5: Have your Will independently witnessed
  • Step 6: Let your executors know where the Will is kept and provide them with a copy.

You should call Hall Payne Lawyers on 1800 659 114 if you have concerns at any time or select the “Help” button and one of HPL’s Estate Planning Lawyers will contact you no later than the next business day to assist you with your enquiry.

Your draft Will will remain on the HPL Online Service for a period of twenty-one (21) days giving you time to save, edit and review your documents.  After your Will is created the documents will be available in PDF format for you to download or alternatively you can choose to have your documents sent to your nominated email address.

The HPL Online Service guides you through a series of steps to prepare a Will making provision for the distribution of your assets on your death according to your wishes and appointing the person/s who will be responsible for the administration of your estate.