Cheap Wills Brisbane
Do you need a will? A Will is used to pass on your property after you die. At Cudmore Legal, we believe that everyone should have a will, preferably one drafted by a lawyer. In incorrectly drafted will can reap havoc on your family after you pass away. A good solid will, is an absolute must-have.
$600 flat rate on standard wills drafted by a lawyer
We’re going to tell it to you straight. Dying without a will is not an option. Assets or no assets, no Will, will make it incredibly difficult for your family to distribute your estate and even worse your estate can end up in the hands of someone who might not have deserved it or actually needed it. Save yourself the hassle and get an affordable will by Cudmore Legal today.
We also know that getting your will done, will be dropped to the bottom of the pile of your already long to-do list. So hurry and act now on getting your will done.
What’s included in the price?
For $600 (inc), we will draft a professional Will, you will meet with a lawyer who will take your instructions and provide you final documents. The cheap Will price is only for a Standard Will.
A Standard Will does not include drafting specific clauses for circumstances that are not ‘standard’. This might include blended families, leaving someone out, control of trusts, business and company interests or any other circumstances which may impact the time it takes to prepare your Will. If we think your Will is more complex than the standard we will let you know, and give you the best possible fee.
What happens if I don’t have a Will?
It depends on a lot of factors if you are in Brisbane your estate is distributed in accordance with the rules of intestacy, Queensland. This might mean that if you have children of a former marriage, new spouse, children of the current marriage, or no children your estate will be distributed between them i.e in many cases your estate won’t just automatically be passed on to your spouse.
Why should I have a Will?
Simply to protect your family, spend $600 now and save them potentially thousands in legal fees in the future, should your Will be found invalid or if you die intestate (without a will).