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Due to the size of this form, we recommend completing it on a desktop computer.
This is our standard will questionnaire that will ask you a range of questions about you, your family and your wishes.
Only some of the details are compulsory, so if you’re not sure about anything it’s okay to skip it. If we need it later, our team will get in touch with you to discuss it.
If you get stuck or need assistance, you are welcome to contact us for assistance with completing the form.
Once your will is complete, you can either come in and see us or we can post it out to you for signing. Please note you will need two independent witnesses where you are - ideally two justices of the peace.
If you choose to save and continue your form at a later date, we will look after the form and the data for 30 days or until you return and submit the form.
Please make sure you complete a Customer Due Diligence form before starting your Will. We cannot continue any work if this has not been completed and accepted.
You can complete it here.
If jointly owned, please give the value of your share
An executor is the person who signs all the legal paperwork and deals with all of your assets in accordance with your Will.
A beneficiary is the person or persons who inherit your assets and money.
We suggest that you have two executors.
Maximum number of executors reached.
Maximum number of guardians reached.
We recommend uploading a document below with these arrangements listed.
You will need to speak with CS Law directly to create this. Either complete this form now and we will be in touch or choose the 'Save & Continue' option down below to speak with us now.
Maximum number of beneficiaries reached.
Feel free to discuss with us any legal concerns you may have and we can work through them together.
If you wish to discuss creating an EPA let us know,
we are happy to assist with this. You can either contact us directly or fill in this form.
Please note that you will have to sign your will in person before it can become a legal document.