Make a Will for just $150
Secure the future for your loved ones
Our estate lives on after our death, and it can either be a source of protection and benefit in accordance with our wishes, or it can be a source of dispute and unhappiness between family members. Ensure that your loved ones are taken care of in the way that YOU want.
Don’t leave things to chance, consult with a professional law firm, and get your will created in 3 simple steps, for just $150. The price includes a consult with a lawyer to cover any questions and provide advice if needed.
Talk to a human, not a machine – get your Will in 3 easy steps.
Simply provide us with your name, NRIC or Passport number in the form below.
Pay $150 via our secure, online payment system, and save $100 on our usual price.
We get in touch, collect the remaining details, and complete your will in 1 working day.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Still wondering whether you really need a will? What are the real benefits? Check out some of our frequently asked questions.
How quickly will you process my will?
It depends slightly on when you submit your request, and how quickly we are able to connect with you to gather the necessary information.
We aim wherever possible to process within 1 working day.
Why should I make a will?
Making a will has a number of benefits, but primarily these are:
Complete control over asset distribution
It enables you to have control over the distribution of your assets. If you don’t have a valid will, your assets will be distributed according to the Intestate Succession Act. For some, this may be an acceptable allocation, but for the sake of $150, we believe it always makes sense to explicitly outline your wishes.
Handling of special requests
A will can also be used to introduce special requests, or instructions. This may include things such as guardianship of your children or the creation of a trust for them.
Adapting to changes in your life
You may over the course of your life need to create a new will. For example, if you divorced and then remarried, you may wish to create a new will to alter the distribution of your assets accordingly.
What should I do after getting my will?
Once you receive your will, you need to store it in a secure location. Please also make sure your family and/or close friends are also aware of its existence, and able to access it when the time comes.
A valid will will make the process simpler for your beneficiaries after your passing, and ensure that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes.
Can I include CPF beneficiary in my will?
No. CPF money can’t be distributed within a written will. You may specify the beneficiaries and the split (if more than one person) via the CPF board directly.
In the event that no beneficiary is specified at the time of your passing, the CPF board would transfer all of the money to the Public Trustee’s Office and made available to your next of kin.