You Don't Need A Law Firm To Get The Last Will You Need

You Just Need To Know What To Do

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Do you have any document, no matter how old, such as a letter that says whom you would like to inherit any of your possessions?

Without some document like this, your family will need a lawyer as your possessions and estate cannot be distributed until a court gives permission. Even if your family has something like this, it will still need more proof in the absence of a Last Will.

And Here Is An Idea Of Some Of The Problems
Your Family May Face.

  • Who will now own the house?

    If you pass away without specifying your wishes, your survivors may face legal complications. With competing relatives, it`s possible... Learn more

  • Is your child protected?

    When minor children are involved, estate planning becomes even more crucial. Without a Will, the court may appoint a guardian... Learn more

  • Is your spouse protected?

    Without a Will, your spouse may face challenges from greedy relatives who try to claim a portion of your estate, potentially forcing the... Learn more

  • Is the Taxman interested?

    Inheritance and estate taxes can be complex and may impact your property even if you believe there is no problem. By planning your estate... Learn more

  • Will your charity suffer?

    If you have a charitable cause close to your heart, you may wish to leave a portion of your estate to support their mission. Without a Will, however... Learn more

  • Who is now in charge?

    In the absence of a Will, you don't have an executor to manage your estate. This leads to confusion, delays, and. disputes among your heirs... Learn more

The Essential Documents For
A Modern Estate Plan

Your Last Will

A Last Will and Testament is essential to preserve your assets for your family and ensure your assets are protected. With a Last Will you share your possessions with your family and friends... Learn more.

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Your Digital Will

Your Digital Will is a comprehensive digital product that provides you with everything you need to create, print and edit a 100% binding legal document that protects your digital assets. Learn more.

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Your Living Will

Your Living Will outlines your end-of-life care preferences and allows your loved ones to make decisions on your behalf with confidence. A Living Will outlines your wishes for end-of-life care. Learn more.

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Completing a Last Will No Longer has to be Expensive or Time Consuming!

When drawing up a Last Will and Testament, there are usually multiple meetings, drafts and revisions that need to be made (and paid for). With our Wills, you can simply download and complete at a convenient time. The details can be saved, edited, revised and printed.

Our digital Wills are clear, easy to use and binding. Take the planning of your estate into your own hands. After all, who better to clearly state your wishes than you? And the cost and convenience are unbeatable.

"...if you don't have a Will, the courts will decide who gets your assets. That may not be what you want, so you need to make a Will to ensure that your wishes are carried out" (source: Suze Orman - American TV Financial Advisor and Author)

A Video Guide To Our Triple Will Offerings

  • Qualified Beneficiary

    If a qualified beneficiary makes a successful claim for a larger share of your estate, your family may have to sell assets to pay the judgment.

  • Estate & Distribution

    The settling of your estate and distribution of your assets is now out of the hands of your family members. Now the Government makes the decisions, not your family.

  • Children Guardian

    Your family has no control over who becomes the guardian of your children.

  • Legally Married

    Your spouse will not necessarily inherit; are you legally married?

  • Former Life Partner

    Could a former life partner make a claim on your estate?

  • Children of Prior Relationships

    Will the children of any prior relationship be liable to make a claim?

  • Relations in Court

    Fighting your relations in court? Expensive!

How Much Does A Will Cost?

"It's very common for a lawyer to charge a flat fee to write a Will and other basic estate planning documents. The low end for a simple lawyer-drafted Will is around $300. A price of closer to $1,000 is more common, and it's not unusual to find a $1,200 price tag."

(Source Martindale-Nolo Research surveys monthly 25 million legal consumers with analysis and verification.)

The Impact On Your Family Could Be Severe!


Even without Will, your estate still has to be finalised before it can be distributed. And that means money and certainly a lawyer. And family quarrels can break out over who receives what. Without a Last Will, you risk the wrong people inheriting your estate.

The main problems are "who gets what?" and "should you share your estate equally?" If you do not answer these questions it will cause problems from minor upsets to major quarrels. These questions and more can be answered by you alone. Your Will says what you want to happen. You need to record what you want to happen. And with our Will, you can revise, edit, save and print anytime you want to make changes.

Why Digital Wealth Media?

We Make Planning For Your Future To Be A Little Easier

Digital Wealth Media Inc. is a financial products company that develops and sells digital products designed to help you easily and thoroughly plan for your future. The team at Digital Wealth Media pinpoints common estate problems and develops answers that solve them.

What Our Clients Think About Us?

Gordon Clark

"The thought of a Digital Will never crossed my mind. But I had never given any thought to files, data, photographs and a couple of contracts that I had inadvertently neglected in my normal will, that formed part of my assets and were sequestered somewhere on my computer or in files in ‘the cloud’."

  • Will Guide

    The Will Guide helps creating your Last Will and Testament. With clear steps, you can easily protect your assets and loved ones' future while... Learn more.

  • Estate Planning Guide

    The Estate Planning Guide makes estate planning simple with clear guidance, enabling you to protect your family's future and create a personalized plan... Learn more.

  • Power of Attorney

    The Power of Attorney simplifies appointing someone to manage your affairs, offering clear explanations for confident... Learn more.

  • Probate

    Probate makes estate management easy to understand, ensuring a smooth process and resolution for everyone involved. Probate is the legal process following... Learn more.

  • Letters of Administration

    Letters of Administration provides clear guidance for managing an estate without a Will, ensuring confident estate administration, proper asset distribution, and... Learn more.

  • Executor

    The Executor guide offers clarity on executor duties, empowering confident estate management and distribution according to... Learn more.

Most Asked Will Questions






  • Option #1

    You can just continue on without a Will. From time to time, you may think "Yes, I should get one " Or someone dies and you think about it again and visit another website. But you do nothing and remain a
    person without a Will. If you do not change your mind about making a
    Will, perhaps you should let your family know.

  • Option #2

    You don't let anything stand in your way! Below you click the right
    button for your plan choice. You complete the Will and safely file it
    away. And you know you can alter the details as often as you wish,
    without any cost as it is permanently saved. Finally you are in control and your family can receive their share of your estate.

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