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Terms and Conditions
This site is not a substitute for legal advice. The information in this site has been formulated to assist you in preparing your own Will, Power of Attorney or other related document.
You have 30 days including the date of purchase to complete your document online. During the 30 days you can access, change information in your document as many times as you like. You can download your document a maximum of 5 times. After the 30 days or 5 downloads has expired you will be unable to access, change or download your document any further.
Please note: It is important to save your information and check all spelling and grammar to ensure you have entered your information correctly. You can move back and forth within the forms to check all details. You can then print your document, review it, and if needed go back and make your changes and reprint your document.
The do it yourself legal documents at DIYwillmaker.com.au are the way of the future. You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars and your valuable time to sit down with a lawyer to prepare your Will or Power of Attorney. That is no longer required with access to DIYwillmaker.com.au. Instead you can take the time when it suits you to put your affairs in order for a fraction of the cost. It leaves everyone protected and there really is no excuse not to start today.
If you get confused or have a complicated situation it is recommended that you use the Solicitor Checked Will option to ensure you are completing your Will correctly.
In the event that you do not understand the ramifications of your Will or Power of Attorney you should seek the advice of an independent lawyer.
100% Money Back Guarantee
If you are not happy with your Do-It-Yourself online Will or Power of Attorney for any reason, our 100% money back guarantee provides for a full refund up to 14 days from date of purchase.
For the Do-It-Yourself Will product, a refund will not be provided if the Will drafting process has been completed and you have submitted your Will.
For the Do-It-Yourself Power of Attorney product, a refund will not be provided if you have downloaded the PDF form.
General Terms and Conditions
DIYwillmaker.com.au provides Do-It-Yourself online Wills, Powers of Attorney, Enduring Guardianship and Advanced Care Directive products only. We provide instructions only for the execution of the documents. We do not provide legal advice and cannot provide assistance in the completion of the online forms.
DIYwillmaker.com.au will provide support if an error occurs with the process of purchasing or completion of your form online.
Completing any of our Do-It-Yourself forms does not require the services of a Solicitor however if you have a complex situation you should seek legal advice.
The Do-It-Yourself Online Will is not a substitute for legal advice. It has been formulated to assist you in preparing your own Will. If you get confused or have a complicated Will, it is recommended that the Solicitor Checked Will is used, or you should seek legal advice.
DIYwillmaker.com.au accepts no liability for the actual information entered by the user or the correctness or legality of the documents created.
If the Solicitor Checked Will is selected, the purchase price stated covers a standard Will review. The solicitor will provide a written advice on the information provided by you in the form. The solicitor maintains the right to charge additional fees for non-standard Wills, Testamentary Trusts and / or Powers of Attorney.
If the solicitor determines that the product you have purchased is not acceptable for your circumstances and you agree to enter into a contract directly with the solicitor then the solicitor will reduce the cost of the services they provide to you directly by the amount you have paid for the online Will.
DIY Will Maker provides payment to the solicitor for the services provided in association with the Solicitor Checked Will as the solicitor is engaged by DIY Will Maker to do this.
DIY Will Maker reserves the right to provide an alternative solicitor if required.
It is your responsibility to keep account details such as address and contact details up to date.
If you decide to close the web page without completing your Will or Power of Attorney, your information will not be saved. You must SUBMITor SAVE your answers to retain the information. You can then access your document via your ‘Dashboard’ or your unique link in your confirmation email and resume the completion of your Will at a later time.
Once you have completed and submitted your document, you can then print & review it to ensure all spelling and grammar are correct and if needed, you can go back into to your document and make any required changes and download your document up to 5 times within the 30 day period.
Where you have chosen a Solicitor Checked Will:
a) You acknowledge that DIYwillmaker.com.au prepares a standardized Will only based on the information you enter through the DIYwillmaker.com.au website;
b) The solicitor accepts no responsibility for the documents produced by you through the DIYwillmaker.com.au website or their execution;
c) The solicitor acts for DIYwillmaker.com.au, not you, in providing limited advice regarding whether there may be more appropriate ways to document your wishes. The Solicitor Checked Will service we provide does not include the solicitor witnessing you to sign your Will or explaining or witnessing the execution by you of your power attorney obtained through DIYwillmaker.com.au;
d) The solicitor may suggest that an estate plan be put into place with tailored legal documents being drafted by the solicitor to suit your particular circumstances as there may be a more appropriate way to deal with your affairs that cannot be adequately covered in a standardized template document;
e) If you wish to have a tailored estate plan created for you, you can negotiate and directly enter into a separate costs agreement with the solicitor to do this;
f) To the maximum extent permitted by law any liability to you in respect of any loss, cost, damage, liability or expense is limited (even where caused or contributed to by our negligence or breach of any term, condition or warranty in our arrangements) in DIY Will Maker’s absolute discretion to:
i) refunding the costs paid by you for services;
ii) resupplying the services or equivalent services;
iii) paying the costs of resupplying the services or equivalent services.