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Will

Wills are surprisingly easy to make. The essential ingredients are:
- writing (Note: you can type them or hand-write them; so long as your handwriting is readable, it works as well as typing);
- a clear statement of testamentary intention;
- your signature; and
- the signatures of two witnesses.

You can make as many Wills as you like. They don't cost anything to make - you don't have to "register" them, nor pay stamp duty upon them. They don't take effect until your death. And then, generally speaking, only your LAST Will and Testament takes effect. To make this totally unambiguous, most Wills contain a "revocation clause" - which revokes all earlier Wills.

If you die intestate (without a Will) in Australia this can cause serious legal problems, and may even reduce the value of the estate to your loved ones. This section provides a wide range of simple Wills for a range of different people.

To go directly to a list of Wills available Click here. To browse see the Personal Section - Death.

Here's some recent email:

Hi,
I am looking for a template for a Will.
As the laws relating to same sex couples have changed Australia wide I am wondering whether I would use a lesbian woman Will or one for a defacto woman, as the law now says we are defacto same sex couples?
Or is this something I would need to discuss with a lawyer face to face?
Thanks for your time
Jayne

Dear Jayne
DocDownload cannot give legal advice but we can offer the following general observations.
You are correct to say that the law now treats lesbian couples as equivalent to de facto couples (as the term was previously understood), provided you are talking about proceedings for property division and maintenance in the Family Court.
However, the changes to the Family Law Act do not cause any changes to Succession Law (also known as Probate Law) - it remains the case in each state that (1) an executor/executrix has "freedom of testamentary disposition", but (2) people who were formerly in a domestic relationship with the executor/executrix can ask a court to award them a bit more than the will provides.
So the lesbian woman Template is as useful as it was before the recent Family Law changes. However, we must caution that we cannot guarantee that any of our will Templates is immune from challenge under the Succession Law of each State. A 500-page will drafted by three lawyers is not immune from such a challenge.
We hope this answers your question.
Kind regards,



Hi,
I have downloaded your template for a simple Will. I was surprised to find in it words that I didn't understand. What the hell does "Give, Devise & Bequeath" mean? If I can't understand it, how will my Executor or members of my family be able to? Or is this something I would need to discuss with a lawyer face to face?
Thanks for your time
William

Dear William
Yes, you are right, I used an old formula and a lot of water has flown under the bridge since that formula was the Australian standard. I had reasons for that at the time, even though the argument for simpler statements in the Will had already been won when this was written, but more and more you would expect to find those words replaced by the word "Give" and not expect anyone to question them. The simpler the sentence is in the Will, the better. You must not include anything in your Will that you don't understand.
Best thing to say is, you don't have to stick to my formula. The key requirement is that it is something that you understand and are sure that your Executor will understand completely. So modify the template to say things in your own words. But try to cover the issues that I have addressed.
You shouldn't need a solicitor unless it is extremely complex, and most Wills are pretty simple. Hope this helps! Kind regards,



Hi,
Thanks for your offer of a free will which i hav downloaded. Looks good. One question, tho.... Why have you got special wills for Muslems and not for other religins such as Christian or Jewish, I'm not saying it offends me, but seems a bit wierd, can u explain? Keep up the good work
Carmel

Dear Carmel
We started doing this quite a few years ago, now. We dealt with similar questions. The answer seemed to be that for many of the established religions in Australia there was little problem because the separation between Church and State that had happened before Federation meant that the issue of religion played little role in the preparation of a standard Will. Churches still had a big role in funerals but in the execution of the Will the religious belief or nonbelief rarely caused complex issues and when they did lawyers were usually involved in the writing of the Will.
But after we got things published we were approached by a number of Muslims, saying that our template meant little to them. This was because there are ideas related to adulthood, marriage, specific and general bequest and rules related to burial that needed to be considered, both for orthodox religious reasons and secular (cultural) reasons. So we were happy to get involved.
Kind regards,



Dear Doc,
how might one go about completely removing from any gain/inheritance e.g. mother, & her side of family from ever legally disputing their having been intentionally excluded and on making claims to estate,etc based on their biological/genetic relation. Yes I know that's harsh, but not all of us have perfect families or even slightly OK ones.
Nonny

Dear Nonny
The short answer is: we can't. We cannot guarantee that any of our Will templates is immune from challenge under the Succession Law of each State. A 500-page Will drafted by three lawyers is not immune from such a challenge.
A longer answer follows:
One thing people do is to appoint someone they trust as Executor and then give clear instructions to that executor that they donít want a particular person whom they name in their Will to benefit in any way from the execution of their Will. They reckon that while this doesnít guarantee that a legal challenge won't happen, it makes it less likely that the challenger will win such a challenge. We have simple Wills that do that. We also have a specific clause that you can include that brings it to the executor's attention and warns against contest.
To remove assets and property from being available to a legal challenge, people have mainly transferred those into a Family Trust while they are still alive. This means that only members of the Family Trust can benefit from those assets and the death of one of the members of the Family Trust doesnít affect those rights and usually the challenger can't include the Family Trust assets in their challenge. Hope this helps.
Kind regards,

Hi,
Can you tell me, do we only need one Will to cover Husband and Wife or should we be doing a separate one for each of us?
Lissa

Dear Lissa
DocDownload cannot give legal advice but we can offer the following general observations.
Some married couples do have both of their Wills represented in one document but usually they have a real reason to do that and they need the document to be prepared by an experienced and competent lawyer, and the cost of preparation can be a serious consideration. Usually the preparation of a Will is much more simple than this implies and the best plan is for the husband to make his own and the wife to make her own. Usually the execution of the Will of one partner (that is, upon that partner's death) happens at a different moment than the other. So to make two Wills makes sense, because the execution of one Will does not bring the other's Will into question. If this general comment does NOT make sense of your particular circumstances, you should seek legal advice.
Note, we make templates for men and for women, just so that you don't have to go through and change words before you sign off. But of course if you are happy to do that, you only need to download one template.
We hope this answers your question.
Kind regards,

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85822 * Non-beneficiary clause

A clause that can be inserted in the Will to exclude particular persons from being a beneficiary under this Will. Not all Wills will need this clause but in some circumstances it could warn the non-beneficiary from pursuing a contest and make such a contest less likely to succeed. It will be inserted after SPECIAL GIFTS AND BEQUESTS and before RESIDUAL GIFTS DEVISES AND BEQUESTS. (P-1197)

71688 ANY - End of Life Model THIS IS A PICTURE NOT A DOCUMENT

NOT A TEMPLATE. A model showing the legal instruments that can be used for gaining control over an important period of life - the period of "incapacitation" just before death, when we need the help of others, and the period just after death when others are needed to finalise our affairs. (P-2008)

83563 WILL- De facto man - simple trust - wife, 1 child (special)

An interesting example. In this will, a married man (whose marriage is de facto) has a wife who is terminally ill and a daughter he wants to provide for and whom he trusts to do the right thing by his wife. He sets up a simple trust making his daughter the executor of the will and trustee of the estate, giving her complete control and only calling in others if his daughter predeceases him. (P-1187)

36285 WILL- De facto man, partic beneficiary, forget family ties

In this Australian last will and testament this man in a de facto relationship leaves everything in his estate to a particular beneficiary (such as his beloved daughter-in-law or his beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all (other) family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1092)

97607 WILL- De facto man, wife, 0 child, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1101)

40948 WILL- De facto man, wife, 0 child, exclude step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. It makes specific reference to exclude a step child (a child from his wife's previous marriage) or step-children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1102)

50678 WILL- De facto man, wife, 0 child, include 1 step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else his sole step child (a child from his wife's previous marriage). He makes specific instruction to treat this child as his own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1103)

65310 WILL- De facto man, wife, 0 child, include 2 step-children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else his two step children (children from his wife's previous marriage). He makes specific instruction to treat these children as his own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1104)

30923 WILL- De facto man, wife, 0 child, include his lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with a wife, no children and a lover, who acknowledges them by splitting his estate between his wife and his lover, half each, else a list of residual beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1105)

58902 WILL- De facto man, wife, 1 child, simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with a sole child who leaves everything to his wife, else his child, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1093)

33292 WILL- De facto man, wife, 2 children, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with two children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1094)

34916 WILL- De facto man, wife, 2 children, include a step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with two children (one of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat both children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1096)

51919 WILL- De facto man, wife, 2 children, include his lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with a wife and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting his estate between his wife, his lover and his children, one-third each. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1097)

93198 WILL- De facto man, wife, 3 childn,excl. any step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with three children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He makes reference to step child(ren) from his wife's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of his estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1153)

90630 WILL- De facto man, wife, 3 children, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament in questionnaire format is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with three children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1098)

51081 WILL- De facto man, wife, 3 children,include step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with three children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1099)

12781 WILL- De facto man, wife, 4 children, incl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with three children (at least one of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1154)

42890 WILL- De facto man, wife, 4 children, simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with four children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1100)

28720 WILL- De facto man, wife,2 children,excl. any stepchild(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man in a de facto relationship with two children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He makes reference to step child(ren) from his wife's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of his estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1095)

82119 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 0 child, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1114)

58250 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 0 child, excl. step-child(ren

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. She makes specific instruction to exclude a step child (a child from her husband's previous marriage) or step-children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1115)

53593 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 0 child, include her lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with a husband, no children and a lover, who acknowledges them by splitting her estate between her husband and her lover, half each, else a list of residual beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1118)

68723 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 1 child, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with a sole child who leaves everything to her husband, else her child, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1106)

90076 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 1 child,excl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with one child who leaves everything to her husband, else her child, else another person. She makes reference to step child(ren) from her husband's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of her estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1155)

62214 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 2 children, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1107)

75215 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 2 children, include her lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with a husband and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting her estate between her husband, her lover and her children, one-third each. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1110)

20854 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 3 children, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with three children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1111)

47394 WILL- De facto woman, husband, 4 children, *simple Will

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with four children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1113)

78215 WILL- De facto woman, husband,0 child, incl. 2 step-children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else her two step children (children from her husband's previous marriage). She makes specific instruction to treat these children as her own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1117)

77765 WILL- De facto woman, husband,2 children, incl. a step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with two children (one of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat both children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1109)

63907 WILL- De facto woman, husband,no children,incl. 1 step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else her sole step child (a child from her husband's previous marriage). She makes specific instruction to treat this child as her own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1116)

64586 WILL- De facto woman,husband,2 children,excl.step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She makes reference to step child(ren) from her husband's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of her estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1108)

27234 WILL- De facto woman,husband,3 children,incl.step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with three children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1112)

19803 WILL- De facto woman,husband,4 children,incl.step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman in a de facto relationship with four children (at least one of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1156)

81436 WILL- De facto woman,particular beneficiary,forgetfamilyties

In this Australian last will and testament this woman in a de facto relationship leaves everything in her estate to a particular beneficiary (such as her beloved daughter-in-law or her beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all (other) family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1119)

32230 WILL- Divorced man, particular beneficiary, forget family

In this Australian last will and testament this divorced man leaves everything in his estate to a particular beneficiary (such as his beloved daughter-in-law or his beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all (other) family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1207)

74068 WILL- Divorced woman, particular beneficiary, forget family

In this Australian last will and testament this divorced woman leaves everything in her estate to a particular beneficiary (such as her beloved daughter-in-law or her beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all (other) family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1208)

43509 WILL- Homosexual - basic - partner only

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual who leaves everything in his residual estate to his partner, with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1023)

48992 WILL- Homosexual - basic - partner, else AIDS public purpose

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual who leaves everything in his residual estate to his partner, with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, or else to be given to a public institution to be used in the fight against AIDS. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (gay will) (P-1027)

35569 WILL- Homosexual - basic - partner,else children,else friend

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual man with two children who leaves everything to his partner with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, else his children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It assumes the testator is legal guardian of the children and therefore appoints the partner as guardian of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (gay will) (P-1026)

64262 WILL- Homosexual - basic - partner,else children,else friend

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual man with two children who leaves everything to his partner with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, else his children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (gay will) (P-1024)

85092 WILL- Homosexual - basic -partner, else childn/friend

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual man with two children who leaves everything to his partner with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, else his children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (gay will) (P-1024)

36671 WILL- Homosexual - partner, 2 children (guardian), lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual with a partner and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting his estate between his partner, his lover and his children, one-third each. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It assumes the testator is the legal guardian of the children and therefore transfers this guardianship to his partner. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (gay will) (P-1022)

29879 WILL- Homosexual - partner, 2 children, lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual with a partner and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting his estate between his partner, his lover and his children, one-third each. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children who is/are assumed to be their legal guardian(s). It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (gay will) (P-1025)

79064 WILL- Homosexual - shared betw. partner &children (guardian)

Some homosexuals who have children from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their children and to their partners to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a homosexual man with two children who splits his residual estate equally between his partner and his children, else another person. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. This testator is legal guardian of the children and assigns the children to his partner as guardian. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses.(gay will) (P-1037)

91899 WILL- Homosexual - shared between partner and children

Some homosexuals who have children from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their children and to their partners to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Will in questionnaire format is designed for a homosexual man with two children who splits his residual estate equally between his partner and his children, else another person. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. This testator is not legal guardian of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1036)

54764 WILL- Lesbian - basic - partner, else 2 children,else friend

Many lesbians have children from a previous relationship but want their partners to be treated like any husband or wife, and for the partner to be trusted to do the best by their children. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian woman with two children who leaves everything to her partner with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, else her children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. This testatrix is not legal guardian of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1030)

57110 WILL- Lesbian - basic-(g) share3w betw partner&2child

Some lesbians who have (a) child(ren) from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their child(ren) and to their partners to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian woman with two children (one of whom is the child of her partner and one of whom is her own child) who splits her residual estate equally between her partner and her children. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. This testatrix is legal guardian of the children and transfers guardianship to her partner. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1177)

88654 WILL- Lesbian - partner only, else AIDS public purpose

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian who leaves everything in her residual estate to her partner, with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, else to a public institution to be used in the fight against AIDS. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1029)

14049 WILL- Lesbian - partner only, else another person

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian who leaves everything in her residual estate to her partner, with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1028)

45226 WILL- Lesbian - partner, 2 children (guardian), lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian with a partner and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting her estate between her partner, her lover and her children, one-third each. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. It assumes the testatrix is the legal guardian of the children and therefore transfers this guardianship to her partner. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1033)

31513 WILL- Lesbian - partner, 2 children, include her lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian with a partner and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting her estate between her partner, her lover and her children, one-third each. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children who is/are assumed to be their legal guardian(s). It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1032)

16079 WILL- Lesbian - partner, else 2 children (guardian)

Many lesbians have children from a previous relationship but want their partners to be treated like any husband or wife, and for the partner to be trusted to do the best by their children. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian woman with two children who leaves everything to her partner with special instructions for the partner to be treated as if this were a lawful marriage, else her children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. This testatrix is legal guardian of the children and appoints her partner as guardian of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1031)

37079 WILL- Lesbian - shared between partner & 2 childre(guardian)

Some lesbians who have children from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their children and to their partners to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian woman with two children who splits her residual estate equally between her partner and her children, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. This testatrix is legal guardian of the children and transfers guardianship to her partner. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1035)

76819 WILL- Lesbian - shared between partner and 1 child

Some lesbians who have a child from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their child and to their partner to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian woman with one child who splits her residual estate equally between her partner and her child, else another person. It denies benefit to the father of the child. This testatrix is not legal guardian of the child. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1055)

89852 WILL- Lesbian - shared between partner and 2 children

Some lesbians who have children from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their children and to their partners to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a lesbian woman with two children who splits her residual estate equally between her partner and her children, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. This testatrix is not legal guardian of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1034)

42197 WILL- Lesbian - shared between partner and 3 children

Some lesbians who have children from a previous relationship want their responsibility to their children and to their partners to be acknowledged and dealt with at the time of their death. This simple Will is designed for a lesbian woman with three children who splits her residual estate equally between her partner and her children, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. This testatrix is not legal guardian of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1054)

35132 WILL- Married man - simple trust - wife, 1 child (special)

An interesting example. In this will, a married man has a wife who is terminally ill and a daughter he wants to provide for and whom he trusts to do the right thing by his wife. He sets up a simple trust making his daughter the executor of the will and trustee of the estate, giving her complete control and only calling in others if his daughter predeceases him. (P-1174)

18033 WILL- Married man -particular beneficiary,forget family ties

In this Australian last will and testament this man leaves everything in his estate to a particular beneficiary (such as his beloved daughter-in-law or his beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all (other) family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1057)

83807 WILL- Married man, wife, 0 child, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1052)

22805 WILL- Married man, wife, 0 child, exclude step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. It makes specific reference to exclude a step child (a child from his wife's previous marriage) or step-children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1080)

23575 WILL- Married man, wife, 0 child, include 1 step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else his sole step child (a child from his wife's previous marriage). He makes specific instruction to treat this child as his own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1081)

34887 WILL- Married man, wife, 0 child, include 2 step-children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else his two step children (children from his wife's previous marriage). He makes specific instruction to treat these children as his own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1082)

87862 WILL- Married man, wife, 0 child, include 3 step-children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with no children who leaves everything to his wife, else his three step children (children from his wife's previous marriage). He makes specific instruction to treat these children as his own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1168)

48094 WILL- Married man, wife, 0 child, include lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with a wife, no children and a lover, who acknowledges them by splitting her estate between his wife and his lover, half each, else a list of residual beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1053)

25675 WILL- Married man, wife, 1 child, *simple

This simple Will is designed for a man with a sole child who leaves everything to his wife, else his child, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1007)

37970 WILL- Married man, wife, 1 child, +guardian

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with a sole child who leaves everything to his wife, else his child, else another person. It also considers the matter of who should be the guardian if both parents die while the child is a minor. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1194)

25628 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children+guardian

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with a two children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It also considers the matter of who should be the guardian if both parents die while the child/children is/are a minor. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1206)

68524 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children, *simple

This simple Will is designed for a man with two children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1009)

44072 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children, excl. any step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with two children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He makes reference to step child(ren) from his wife's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of his estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1085)

82168 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children, incl. grandchild(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with three children who leaves everything to his wife, else his two children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases him, if that child has children, then that part of his estate that would have gone to this child should go to his grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1130)

57615 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children, incl. his lover

This simple Will is designed for a man with a wife and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting his estate between his wife, his lover and his children, one-third each. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1020)

82686 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children, include a step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with two children (one of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat both children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1083)

53456 WILL- Married man, wife, 2 children, simple(1 from previous)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with two children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It makes note of the fact that one of the children is from a previous marriage but declares this to be irrelevant and instructs that they both be treated equally. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1136)

59409 WILL- Married man, wife, 3 children & 7 grandchildren (by %)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to his wife, else his children and his grandchildren assigned by percentage, else another person. It makes allowances for adjustments to the percentages that might be required at the time of death. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1125)

64610 WILL- Married man, wife, 3 children, *simple

This simple Will is designed for a man with three children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1010)

51781 WILL- Married man, wife, 3 children, incl. grandchild(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with three children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases him, if that child has children, then that part of his estate that would have gone to his child should go to his grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1129)

11022 WILL- Married man, wife, 3 children, incl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with three children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1084)

63507 WILL- Married man, wife, 3children & 7grandchildn(as equals)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to his wife, else his children and his grandchildren in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1124)

92962 WILL- Married man, wife, 4 children, *simple

This simple Will is designed for a man with four children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1011)

48804 WILL- Married man, wife, 4 children, incl. grandchildn spec

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with four children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases him, if that child has children, then that part of his estate that would have gone to this child should go to his grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1131)

59973 WILL- Married man, wife, 4 children, incl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with four children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1203)

82329 WILL- Married man, wife, 5 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with five children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1165)

88395 WILL- Married man, wife, 5 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with five children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1165)

83914 WILL- Married man, wife, 6 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with six children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1164)

11388 WILL- Married man, wife, 7 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with seven children who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1169)

96606 WILL- Married man, wife, 7 children, include step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a man with seven children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1120)

22054 WILL- Married woman, 2 child, husband life tenancy in house

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her children in equal share. She includes a simple Trust that is run by her children that allows quiet enjoyment of her house to her husband (or it could be her de facto or her lover) for the rest of his life. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1172)

43996 WILL- Married woman, 3 child, husband life tenancy in house

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with three children who leaves everything to her children in equal share. She includes a simple Trust that is run by her children that allows quiet enjoyment of her house to her husband (or it could be her de facto or her lover) for the rest of his life. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1171)

16333 WILL- Married woman, husb, 0 child*, simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1050)

60215 WILL- Married woman, husb, 0 child, exclude step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else other stated residual beneficiaries in equal share. She makes specific instruction to exclude a step child (a child from her husband's previous marriage) or step-children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1089)

51579 WILL- Married woman, husb, 0 child, include 1 step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else her sole step child (a child from her husband's previous marriage). She makes specific instruction to treat this child as her own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1090)

61479 WILL- Married woman, husb, 0 child, include 2 step-children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with no children who leaves everything to her husband, else her two step children (children from her husband's previous marriage). She makes specific instruction to treat these children as her own. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1091)

21293 WILL- Married woman, husb, 0 child, include her lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with a husband, no children and a lover, who acknowledges them by splitting her estate between her husband and her lover, half each, else a list of residual beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1051)

22354 WILL- Married woman, husb, 1 child, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with a sole child who leaves everything to her husband, else her child, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1008)

21357 WILL- Married woman, husb, 1 child, +guardian

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with a sole child who leaves everything to her husband, else her child, else another person. It also considers the matter of who should be the guardian if both parents die while the child is a minor. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1195)

25005 WILL- Married woman, husb, 1 child, exclude step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with one child who leaves everything to her husband, else her child, else another person. She makes reference to step child(ren) from her husband's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of her estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1142)

27198 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2 children+guardian

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It also considers the matter of who should be the guardian if both parents die while the child/children is/are a minor. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1205)

47734 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1014)

98987 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2 children, *simple (1 frmprev) g

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It makes note of the fact that one of the children is from a previous marriage but declares this to be irrelevant and instructs that they both be treated equally. It also makes sure that her husband is to be seen as the proper guardian of her children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1186)

92632 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2 children, excl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She makes reference to step child(ren) from her husband's previous marriage but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of her estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1086)

66281 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2 children, incl. a step-child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children (one of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat both children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1087)

45280 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2 children, include her lover

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with a husband and two children and a lover, who acknowledges each of them by splitting her estate between her husband, her lover and her children, one-third each. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1021)

60629 WILL- Married woman, husb, 2childn, *simple (1 frm previous)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It makes note of the fact that one of the children is from a previous marriage but declares this to be irrelevant and instructs that they both be treated equally. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1137)

71072 WILL- Married woman, husb, 3 childn &7grandchildn(as equals)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to her husband, else her children and grandchildren in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1128)

59342 WILL- Married woman, husb, 3 children & 7 grandchildren (%)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to her husband, else her children and grandchildren assigned by percentage, else another person. It makes allowances for adjustments to the percentages that might be required at the time of death. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1127)

65419 WILL- Married woman, husb, 3 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with three children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1013)

13681 WILL- Married woman, husb, 3 children, incl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with three children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1088)

98475 WILL- Married woman, husb, 4 child,incl. grandchildn special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with four children who leaves everything to her husband, else her four children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1133)

71744 WILL- Married woman, husb, 4 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with four children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1012)

10559 WILL- Married woman, husb, 4 children, incl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with four children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1204)

86552 WILL- Married woman, husb, 5 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with five children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1166)

26595 WILL- Married woman, husb, 6 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with six children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1167)

40993 WILL- Married woman, husb, 7 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with seven children who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1170)

46373 WILL- Married woman, husb, 7 children, incl. step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with seven children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1121)

31731 WILL- Married woman, husb, any n child, excl step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with any number of children one or more from a current marriage and one or more from a previous marriage who leaves everything to her current husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. She makes reference to step child(ren) but gives clear instruction that they are not to benefit as residual beneficiaries of her estate. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1176)

15298 WILL- Married woman, husb,2 childn,incl. grandchildn special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with two children who leaves everything to her husband, else her two children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1134)

58344 WILL- Married woman, husb,3 childn,incl. grandchildn special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman with three children who leaves everything to her husband, else her three children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1132)

98290 WILL- Married woman, husband, then two groups: mine & his

An interesting example. This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a woman who leaves everything to her husband, but has agreed with her husband that if he should predecease her she will split her estate into two equal shares: one share for his kids and one share for her kids. In this example there are six on his side and three on her side, but it could be any number. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1185)

49743 WILL- Married woman,particularbeneficiary,forget family ties

In this Australian last will and testament this woman leaves everything in her estate to a particular beneficiary (such as her beloved daughter-in-law or her beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all (other) family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1056)

80942 WILL- Muslim - Family man, no children, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and no children who leaves up to one third of his property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to his executor to be divided after his death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It is designed to be still valid after the birth of children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (Allah) (Islam) (Muhammad) (Qiblah) (Mecca) (Qur'an) (duaa) (huquq) (zakat) (kaffaraat) (P-1075)

31596 WILL- Muslim - Family man, one child, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and one child who leaves up to one third of his property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to his executor to be divided after his death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1073)

93903 WILL- Muslim - Family man, one child, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and one child who wishes to acknowledge his Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how his estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1074)

58597 WILL- Muslim - Family man, three children, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and three children who leaves up to one third of his property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to his executor to be divided after his death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (Allah) (Islam) (Muhammad) (Qiblah) (Mecca) (Qur'an) (duaa) (huquq) (zakat) (kaffaraat) (P-1069)

14159 WILL- Muslim - Family man, three children, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and three children who wishes to acknowledge his Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how his estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1070)

67444 WILL- Muslim - Family man, two children, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and two children who leaves up to one third of his property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to his executor to be divided after his death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1072)

53424 WILL- Muslim - Family man, two children, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim man with a wife and two children who wishes to acknowledge his Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how his estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1071)

87234 WILL- Muslim - Family woman, no children, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with no children who leaves up to one third of her property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to her executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It is designed to be still valid after the birth of children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (Allah) (Islam) (Muhammad) (Qiblah) (Mecca) (Qur'an) (duaa) (huquq) (zakat) (kaffaraat) (P-1064)

96039 WILL- Muslim - Family woman, no children, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with no child who wishes to acknowledge her Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how her estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It is designed to be still valid after the birth of children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1065)

83203 WILL- Muslim - Family woman, one child, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with one child who leaves up to one third of her property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to her executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1062)

94172 WILL- Muslim - Family woman, one child, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with one child who wishes to acknowledge her Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how her estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1063)

94194 WILL- Muslim - Single man, over the age of 18, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single Muslim man who is over the age of eighteen who leaves up to one third of his property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to his executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (Allah) (Islam) (Muhammad) (Qiblah) (Mecca) (Qur'an) (duaa) (huquq) (zakat) (kaffaraat) (P-1077)

88908 WILL- Muslim - Single man, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single Muslim man who wishes to acknowledge his Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how his estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1079)

37347 WILL- Muslim - Single man, under the age of 18, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single Muslim man who is under the age of eighteen but who asks to be treated as an adult in accordance with traditional Islamic customs. He leaves up to one third of his property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to his executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1078)

54136 WILL- Muslim - Single woman, over the age of 18, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single Muslim woman who is over the age of eighteen who leaves up to one third of her property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to her executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1066)

14639 WILL- Muslim - Single woman, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single Muslim woman who wishes to acknowledge her Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how her estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1068)

45040 WILL- Muslim - Single woman, under the age of 18, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single Muslim woman who is under the age of eighteen but who asks to be treated as an adult in accordance with traditional Islamic customs. She leaves up to one third of her property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to her executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1067)

67720 WILL- Muslim, Family woman, three children, orthodox

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with three children who leaves up to one third of her property to specific beneficiaries and then leaves everything else to her executor to be divided after her death in the traditional Islamic manner. It includes clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (Allah) (Islam) (Muhammad) (Qiblah) (Mecca) (Qur'an) (duaa) (huquq) (zakat) (kaffaraat) (P-1058)

44909 WILL- Muslim, Family woman, three children, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with three children who wishes to acknowledge her Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how her estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1059)

85604 WILL- Muslim, Family woman, two children, secular

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a Muslim woman with two children who wishes to acknowledge her Muslim traditions and include clear instructions on how to bury the body as a Muslim but retains complete control over how her estate is to be divided between specific beneficiaries. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1060)

14763 WILL- One child, husband or child to benefit, else friends

An interesting example. In this Australian last will and testament this woman has one child and leaves everything to her husband, else her daughter, else her friends. She has heirlooms to be kept on her side of the family. She wants her body to be cremated and the ashes to be cast upon the sea. (P-1001)

46598 WILL- One child, husband or child to benefit, else public pu

An interesting example. In this Australian last will and testament this woman leaves her body to science and her estate to her husband or his daughter and if they cannot benefit she leaves everything to public purpose. (P-1005)

39279 WILL- One child, wife or child 2benefit, else public purpose

In this Australian last will and testament this man leaves his body to science and his estate to his wife or his daughter and if they cannot benefit he leaves everything to public purpose. (P-1005)

52711 WILL- Single *man

This simple Will is designed for a single man with few concerns. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1038)

47667 WILL- Single *woman

This simple Will is designed for a single woman with few concerns. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1039)

77552 WILL- Single man - basic

An example last will and testament for an Australian single man. (P-1004)

62382 WILL- Single man - parents else other

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single man who seeks to leave all to his parents, else another. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1123)

14528 WILL- Single man - special concerns about the family & genes

In this example Australian last will and testament the single man wants his family and genetic or DNA relationships to play no part in the execution of his Will or the distribution of his estate. (P-1045)

86964 WILL- Single man - special concerns abt disposal of his body

In this example Australian last will and testament the single man is a declared atheist and wants his body to be disposed of in a manner in keeping with this fact. (P-1044)

75110 WILL- Single man, ex-wife, 1 child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single man (following divorce) with one child who leaves everything to his ex-wife, else his child, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1181)

80471 WILL- Single man, ex-wife, 2 children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single man (following divorce) with two children who leaves everything to his ex-wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1180)

67283 WILL- Single man, ex-wife, 3 child, include step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single man (following divorce) with three children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to his ex-wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1178)

14939 WILL- Single man, ex-wife, 3 children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single man (following divorce) with three children who leaves everything to his ex-wife, else his children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1179)

53813 WILL- Single parent, man, 1 child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single man with a sole child who leaves everything to his child, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the child. It denies benefit to the mother of the child. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1041)

35643 WILL- Single parent, man, 2 children

This simple Will in questionnaire format is designed for a single man with two children who leaves everything to his children in equal share, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the children. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1043)

63743 WILL- Single parent, man, 3 children

This simple Will in questionnaire format is designed for a single man with three children who leaves everything to his children in equal share, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the children. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1042)

16170 WILL- Single parent, man, 4 children

This simple Will in questionnaire format is designed for a single man with four children who leaves everything to his children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the mother(s) of the children. It appoints a guardian for the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1040)

26443 WILL- Single parent, woman, 1 child

This simple Will is designed for a single woman with a sole child who leaves everything to her child, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the child. It denies benefit to the father of the child. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1016)

50317 WILL- Single parent, woman, 2 children

This simple Will is designed for a single woman with two children who leaves everything to her children in equal share, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the children. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1018)

34988 WILL- Single parent, woman, 3 children

This simple Will is designed for a single woman with three children who leaves everything to her children in equal share, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the children. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1017)

34087 WILL- Single parent, woman, 3 children, incl. grandchildren

This simple Australian last will and testament in questionnaire format is designed for a single woman with three children who leaves everything to her children in equal share, else another person. It appoints a guardian for the children (which can be deleted if the family is older). It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. It includes grandchildren (which can be deleted if the family is younger or may be even be retained for a younger family if the Will is to last over a number of years). It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1196)

41188 WILL- Single parent, woman, 4 children

This simple Will is designed for a single woman with four children who leaves everything to her children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. It appoints a guardian for the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1015)

50952 WILL- Single parent, woman, 5 children

This simple Will is designed for a single woman with five children who leaves everything to her children in equal share, else another person. It denies benefit to the father(s) of the children. It appoints a guardian for the children. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1122)

83185 WILL- Single woman - basic

An example Australian last will and testament for a single woman. (P-1046)

99260 WILL- Single woman - special concerns about disposal of body

In this example Australian last will and testament the single woman is a declared atheist and wants her body to be disposed of in a manner in keeping with this fact. (P-1048)

17183 WILL- Single woman, ex-husb, 3 child,include step-child(ren)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single woman (following divorce) with three children (one or more of whom is a step child) who leaves everything to her ex-husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction to treat all children the same. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1182)

63869 WILL- Single woman, ex-husband, 1 child

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single woman (following divorce) with two children who leaves everything to her ex-husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1189)

19877 WILL- Single woman, ex-husband, 2 children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single woman (following divorce) with two children who leaves everything to her ex-husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1188)

24134 WILL- Single woman, ex-husband, 3 children

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a single woman (following divorce) with three children who leaves everything to her ex-husband, else her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1183)

50857 WILL- Widow, 1 child & 2 grandchildren (as equals)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with one child and two grandchildren who leaves everything to the child and grandchildren in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1152)

93934 WILL- Widow, 1 child, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with a sole child who leaves everything to her child, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1148)

21915 WILL- Widow, 1 child, 2 grandchildren

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow who leaves everything to her only child else that child's two children (her grandchildren) (in equal share), else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1151)

24787 WILL- Widow, 1 child, future grandchildren?

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow who leaves everything to her only child who is at the moment childless, but the widow makes allowance for the possibility that her only child might pre-decease her and at the time of her death may have children of his/her own. She therefore allows for that possibility and divides the residual between that/those child(ren) (in equal share), else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1150)

77814 WILL- Widow, 2 childr, incl. grandchild(ren) special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow who leaves everything to her two children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1138)

72480 WILL- Widow, 2 children & 4 grandchildren (as equals)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with two children and four grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1146)

89481 WILL- Widow, 2 children, *simple

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with two children who leaves everything to her children in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1149)

61288 WILL- Widow, 3 childr, incl. grandchild(ren) special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow who leaves everything to her three children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1139)

51724 WILL- Widow, 3 children & 7 grandchildren (as equals)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1143)

34637 WILL- Widow, 3 children & 7 grandchildren (percent)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren assigned by percentage, else another person. It makes allowances for adjustments to the percentages that might be required at the time of death. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1144)

76018 WILL- Widow, 4 childr, incl. grandchild(ren) special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow who leaves everything to her four children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1140)

48928 WILL- Widow, 5 childr, incl. grandchild(ren) special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow who leaves everything to her five children in equal share, else another person. She gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases her, if that child has children, then that part of her estate that would have gone to this child should go to her grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1141)

89332 WILL- Widow, particular beneficiary, forget family ties

In this Australian last will and testament this widow leaves everything in her estate to a particular beneficiary (such as her beloved daughter-in-law or her beloved business partner) and makes it clear that all family ties are unimportant to the determination of beneficiaries under this will. (P-1147)

10385 WILL- Widower, 2 childr, incl. grandchild(ren) special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widower who leaves everything to his two children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases him, if that child has children, then that part of his estate that would have gone to this child should go to his grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1157)

43437 WILL- Widower, 2 children & 4 grandchildren (percent)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widower with two children and four grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren assigned by percentage, else another person. It makes allowances for adjustments to the percentages that might be required at the time of death. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1163)

22482 WILL- Widower, 3 children & 7 grandchildren (as equals)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widower with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren in equal share, else another person. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1161)

95057 WILL- Widower, 3 children & 7 grandchildren (percent)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widower with three children and seven grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren assigned by percentage, else another person. It makes allowances for adjustments to the percentages that might be required at the time of death. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testator and two witnesses. (P-1162) K

96732 WILL- Widower, 5 childr, incl. grandchild(ren) special

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widower who leaves everything to his five children in equal share, else another person. He gives specific instruction that, if a child predeceases him, if that child has children, then that part of his estate that would have gone to this child should go to his grandchildren instead, but if not, exclude him/her from the equation. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1160) K

70593 Will - testamentary trust - beneficiary with intellectual im

A typical Australian (template) last will and testament establishing a testamentary trust where the intended beneficiary is a person with an intellectual impairment.

98367 Will - testamentary trust - infant beneficiaries

A typical Australian (template) last will and testament establishing a testamentary trust where the intended beneficiary is still an infant.

32217 Will- Widow, 2 children & 4 grandchildren (percent)

This simple Australian last will and testament is designed for a widow with two children and four grandchildren who leaves everything to these children and grandchildren assigned by percentage, else another person. It makes allowances for adjustments to the percentages that might be required at the time of death. It can be easily completed as a form on the screen and then printed and signed by the testatrix and two witnesses. (P-1145)

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