As parents, we spend hours choosing the right foods, the right products, the right schools and more, but many of us still don’t adequately plan for the future. What would happen to your children if something happened to you?
Do you have a legal will? Is it up to date? If, like many people, the answer is no, chances are you already realise you ought to do something about it. Which is exactly why last month, State Trustees offered 30 of our readers a free will kit, to get their ducks in a row.
The State Trustees legal will kit simplifies the process of getting your affairs in order. Sitting down to write a will is never going to be anyone’s idea of a fun night in, but our readers agreed that the kit was “well laid out and easy to follow”, with the question format and Planning Guide making it uncomplicated to complete.
The families who tried out the will kits came from different backgrounds and had different circumstances, but almost all had never used a legal will kit before. Half of them were prompted to get their acts together because they had young families. Others had experienced major life events or overseas travel that made them realise they needed firm provisions in case anything ever happened to them.
But, I don’t have time!
Come on. You do really. It might mean a bit less time in front of Netflix. But if you don’t have a will already, it needs to be done. The good news is, most of our reviewers highly rated the State Trustees kit when it came down to ease of use and value for money, saying they would recommend it to others. It’s an easy and affordable way to get the job done quickly and correctly.
To obtain your own legal will kit for $30, head to State Trustees. Each kit comes with a planning guide and a will template as well as the assistance of a writer if you need it. Having a plan, just in case, provides peace of mind and assurance for the future. You’ll be glad you did.
(This is a sponsored post for State Trustees)