Financial Wellness In Uncertain Times

Areas of Wellness

The wellness industry has exploded over the last few years. The global trend of prioritising your mental health and physical wellness is something that resonates with everyone. We all know we need to do better. But it’s hard to keep motivated and focused on your overall wellness when you’re juggling work, family, friends, the house, the current news cycle…

However, for the most part, we all know what we need to do. Whether it’s hitting the gym a little harder, ensuring we eat balanced healthy meals or taking a day to truly relax and do nothing, we know deep down what makes us feel good.

But wellness isn’t just about mind and body. When we talk wellness, we need to look at wellness holistically and all its key elements that keep us strong and feeling our best.

Have you thought about your financial wellness lately? Whether you’ve got buckets in the bank or you’re living pay cheque to pay cheque, having a plan in place for your finances ultimately gives you the confidence to make wise, well-informed decisions about your future. When we say future, we mean all the way to the end… and beyond.

Your Wills is an Australian-based company (supported by SLF Lawyers) that offers you a simple to use, straightforward solution allowing you to cost-effectively create a legally recognised Will online from the comfort of your own home. No need to meet a lawyer face to face – your legally recognised Will will be delivered straight to your inbox.

In these unprecedented and uncertain times, we’re here to help you make your dedication formal. To make it count. To do it your way. We don’t have to play a big role in your life, we just need a cameo, every now and then.

Here’s the fast facts:

  • There are only 9 simple steps from start to finish to complete your Will
  • No payment required until after you’ve completed Step 8 – then review and submit your Will.
  • Once complete, just download the PDF and print it out. Then it’s time to have your Will witnessed.
  • To officially finalise your legally binding Will, ensure you have two independent individuals (over the age of 18) witness you signing each page of your Will – including the all-important very last page. Your witnesses then need to sign each page of your Will too. Your witnesses must use exactly the same pen you used to sign your Will. Done! It’s that easy!

Your Wills also offers a Will Sharing Service that allows you to share an unsigned copy of your Will with your Executor, Accountant, Lawyer, family member/s and or trusted friend. Because what good is taking the time to carefully write your Will when no one knows where to find it!

Got questions? We’ve got answers: Or if you’ve got a more specific question, get in touch:

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Where there’s a Will, there’s a way.