Saturday Lawyer – Get a Will

Make a Will on the Weekend.  It’s simple.

Don’t let your week day commitments prevent you from putting a will in place.  Making a will is important for all adults and is particularly important for business people.   If your family life and business life is uncomplicated then making a will is probably also a simple process for you.  A simple will costs no more than $250 each plus GST.   If you tell us about yourself and your circumstances, we can do our work behind the scenes, and it may take no more than 15 minutes of your time.

If you have complex affairs don’t worry.  We can simplify the process, talk you through it.  You can attend to the formalities at a Saturday appointment, if you can’t make it, on a week day.   Just follow our process below.

  • 01 Get a Quote

    Click this button to get a quote. Standard wills are $250 plus GST per will.

  • 02 How we Quote

    * Simple wills cost less.
    * Complex wills cost a bit more.
    * A will never costs more than $800 plus GST.
    * We always offer fixed fees

  • 03 Preparation by Lawyers

    A lawyer will review your information, prepare a draft and issue your quote. Accept the quote and make a payment. Receive the draft will for your review.

  • 04 Confirm Draft Will

    We will provide a letter of advice. Call our office to discuss the draft and the letter if you need to.

  • 05 Schedule an Appointment

    Schedule an appointment and we will help you sign and witness your will. If you can't attend we will send you instructions that explain how to sign the will.

We have been preparing wills for Sunshine Coast Business People since 1998

If you operate a business there are some simple things that you may need to do, with your companies trusts and properties to make sure that your will is effective


    • You do not own the assets of your trust, how those assets pass depends upon the content of the trust deed and how the new trustee takes control


    • You do not own the assets of your company. Those assets are owned by that company and are controlled by the shareholders and directors. You cannot give these assets away in your will. You must consider how best to deal with directorships and shareholdings in your will.


    • If you own a house or bank account or any other assets jointly with someone else then those assets will pass to that other person regardless of what your will says. Assets held with another person as tenants in common will pass under the will. You should consider if your assets are held jointly or as tenants in common. We can help you make corrections.


    • If you have a blended family and you are having difficulty deciding how to leave assets so that your biological children and your partner are both protected then you are not alone. Talk to us. A Binding Financial Agreement, appropriate life insurance or a testamentary trust may help.