Earlier this year I was researching some legal software that I was looking to implement here at G.Law HQ to help streamline some of our processes.
One of the programs I looked at offered a ‘bolt on wills system’.
Naturally, I was curious.
I asked for more information about what this ‘bolt on wills system’ included.
When I dug deeper it was essentially a program that would enable legal firms to use templated forms to create wills for clients.
Almost like a plug and play type system.
To be honest? I was kind of baffled.
I had so many questions…
What is the integrity of these templates?
Who documented them initially?
Did this person/team have knowledge across different elements of tax law? Superannuation? Business law? Company structures?
How do they factor in different scenarios?
Basically, any legal firm could implement this software, and organise wills for clients should they wish to.
The whole thing really got me thinking about value for money.
Sure, there will always be a cheaper option out there – but is that going to be the best option for you?
Seeing a specialist lawyer for a business legal matter and they offer to do your will too at a cheap price?
Seem too good to be true?
I can just hear my Dad now.
“You get what you pay for, Nic.”
My will packages will never be the cheapest out there, but they will also NEVER be a one size fits all template. Because quite frankly, that’s not how these things work.
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Hi, I'm Nicky! Founder of G.Law. I'm a wills and business nerd. Mum. Gardener. #radbosslady and protector of legacies. If you've been thinking about getting your will done, you're in the right place.