A Will is generally a formal written and signed statement, which outlines how you want your property and assets to be distributed when you die.
It is an important legal document that all adults should have to protect the assets they have worked hard to accumulate.
Making a Will is a specialised task, often requiring consideration of complex financial, legal and tax issues to ensure that your estate (your property and assets) are distributed in accordance with your wishes.
Regardless of the size of your estate it’s important to have a valid Will.
If circumstances change and you wish to modify your will in the future, you can.
Depending on which state of Australia you live in you can find out more from the Public Trustee in your state or territory about making wills.