Terms and Conditions
Your Wills User Terms and Conditions (User Agreement)
Last updated: 20 December 2019.
Thank you for visiting yourwills.com.au! Before using our online platform to begin your estate planning, please note there are some limits on the use of our Application.
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE COMPLETING OUR APPLICATION AND/OR USING OUR SERVICE.
The following definitions apply to this User Agreement:
“Application” means the software application owned and operated by Your Wills Pty Ltd and our related bodies corporate, the subject of this User Agreement;
“Services” means the Application, products, services, content, www.yourwills.com.au or other domains and online communication methods provided by Your Wills Pty Ltd. This includes updates and upgrades as well as accompanying manual(s), packaging and other written, electronic or online materials or documentation, and any copies of such software and its materials.
“User” means customers who register to complete and use the Your Wills Application and Services.
Introduction to Our Services
This Application and all its pages are owned and operated by Your Wills Pty Ltd. Your Wills Pty Ltd is registered under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and our business address is at: Ground Floor, Suites 105/106 470 St Kilda Melbourne, VIC 3004.
The Your Wills application software (Your Wills) is designed for people with straightforward circumstances and finances. The information provided by Your Wills is not, and shall not act as a substitute for full and informed legal advice. Your Wills has provided a simple, concise and easy online platform for you to prepare your own Will and estate planning.
Your Wills Pty Ltd has taken all reasonable efforts to ensure the information in Your Wills is consistent with the laws of each State and Territory of Australia as at the time of issue to the purchaser; however, those laws may change after the date of issue. Your Wills accepts no responsibility for the manner in which you complete your Will, nor whether your Will is appropriate, having regard to your particular circumstances.
The information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge, but no warranty as to accuracy is given and each person or organisation should not act on the basis of its contents without taking appropriate advice.
In using the Application, you agree that you will follow the instructions set out in Your Wills. If you are unsure about how to proceed, it is highly recommended that you seek legal advice.
In using Your Wills you acknowledge that you are not receiving legal, financial or tax advice from Your Wills.
Your Wills is not responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the information you set out in the template and forms provided. It is your responsibility to ensure that you insert accurate information, such as correct names and relationships.
After you have completed your Will, the Will that you have created will be emailed to you. It is your responsibility to sign and have your signature witnessed properly on each page.
Your Wills generates valid legal Wills for use in all Australian States and Territories. Our Will templates are suitable for the majority of individuals with simple and straightforward circumstances. However, if you have a complex situation, we strongly encourage you to seek professional legal advice. We can recommend solicitors if you so require.
By purchasing our Wills, you acknowledge and accept Your Wills Terms and Conditions. If you feel you had made an error in purchasing Your Wills products and services, or after purchasing you receive third party legal opinion that it does not suit your requirements, we will fully refund your purchase cost if you notify us within 30 days of purchase. Please contact us if you have any payment disputes or any other questions regarding your payment, account status or product queries. Please be advised that Your Wills reserves the right to amend the pricing of any of its products including any Terms and Conditions by providing 30 days’ notice on its website in respect of the changes. The price of doing a Will online with Your Wills will increase by $30 for a Standard Will and $40 for a Premium online Will on the 16 January 2020.