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Why get a Will online?
One of the main benefits of our online Wills is that it saves you time. With no need for in-person meetings, you can complete your Will online in as little as 15 minutes. Our simple online form guides you through the process, and our team of lawyers will use the information you provide to draft your Will within 5 business days *Note: Please be aware that during holiday periods, the processing time may vary.
Another key benefit of our online Wills is that each Will is professionally drafted by a qualified lawyer who understands the intricacies of estate planning. This ensures that your Will is of the highest quality and tailored to your specific needs.
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How do I get a Will online?
1. Gather all information
Prepare all the information that will be required, including details about your assets, beneficiaries, and any specific instructions you have for the distribution of your estate.
2. Use our simple online form
Then, spend just 15 minutes filling out our online form.
3. Submit your form
Once you submit your information, our team of lawyers will get to work on drafting your Will and send it to you within 5 business days. *Note: Please be aware that during holiday periods, the processing time may vary.
At Coutts Lawyers, we are committed to providing our clients with personalised and convenient legal services. Contact us today to learn more about our online Wills service and how we can assist you with your estate planning needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Online Wills
At Coutts, we understand that creating a Will can be a complex and overwhelming process. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about our online Wills service to help you understand how it works and what you can expect
Yes, it is legal to create a Will online as long as it meets the requirements of the relevant laws. Our team of qualified lawyers ensures that each Will we draft complies with all legal requirements and is valid in your state or territory.
Yes, you can change your Will at any time. We recommend reviewing your Will regularly and making updates as your circumstances change. Our team of lawyers can assist you with making changes to your Will as needed.
At Coutts Lawyers, we take the privacy and security of our client’s personal information very seriously. Our online form is hosted on a secure server and we use industry-standard encryption to protect your data. We also have strict policies and procedures in place to ensure that your personal information is kept confidential and secure.
Once you submit your information, our team of lawyers will review it and draft your will within 5 business days. We will then send you a draft of your will for review and approval. Once you’ve approved the final version, we will provide you with instructions on how to sign and execute your will.
*Note: Please be aware that during holiday periods, the processing time may vary.
Our online will service is designed to provide a convenient and affordable option for creating a standard will. However, if your estate requires more customised instructions, we recommend scheduling a meeting with one of our lawyers. This will ensure that your specific needs are understood and reflected in your will. Our lawyers can work with you remotely if necessary. Enquire about our fixed will fee.
Coutts brings a personal approach to the law. We will sit down, listen, and understand your situation on an individual basis. Coutts provides the peace of mind and confidence you need in a trusted lawyer.
The Coutts team will go the extra mile to keep you informed during every step of your legal process. Coutts understands the importance of up to date communication and foresight in the legal world and we put our clients first to keep them empowered and confident.
Coutts will talk your language, keep you informed and always be available to go the extra mile to get the results you are looking for.
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