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Make your last will and testament online for only $19.99 - All transactions in NZ$


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4.gifEnter all the personal information that is relevant to your own personal Will.

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Are you aged 18 or over?

Then you should have a Last Will and Testament. A Will does not have to be a complicated document. In fact you can write a simple Will yourself by following the steps on this website. At we provide value for money for what is often considered a complex activity.

Do you have a spouse or dependent children?

Then it is vital that you have an up to date Last Will and Testament, regardless of your age or your state of health.

De Facto or Same Sex Relationship?

If you are living in a de facto or same sex relationship, the absence of a Last Will and Testament can cause devastation and heartbreak for the surviving partner. Regardless of the time you have been living together, your relationship may not receive any legal recognition.Your surviving partner may need to resort to lengthy and expensive legal proceedings in order to prove their entitlements.


Even if you are single you will have property and possessions that you would like to leave to family or friends. Having a Last Will and Testament is the safest and simplest way to ensure your wishes are carried out.

Preparing your Will is an Act of Love

Although it is easy to think of a Will as being something that can be left until much later in life, the simple fact is that life is full of uncertainty. None of us know what tomorrow might bring. That's why making a Last Will and Testament is both a responsibility and an act of love, and every adult - regardless of age or wealth - should have a current Legal Will.