We make it easy to make your Will. Don't put it off any longer.

A Will is a legal document which describes how your assets are to be divided upon your death and who will take charge of your estate. 

Many people want to leave their estate to their spouse/partner or equally between their children or other family members. If this is you, our on-the-spot service is all you need.

If you’re unsure, use our online tool to Find your solution or take a look at our estate planning services.

our services

How we can help you

Making your Will should be an easy task, so we keep it that way.

Simple Will & EPOA on-the-spot

$620 single / $870 partners

We’ll prepare your Will and EPOA and you can sign them on the spot. You can tick both tasks off your list in a single appointment.

Simple Will on-the-spot

$400 single / $650 partners

We’ll make your Will and arrange for you to sign it on-the-spot. There’s no need to come back for multiple appointments.

Complex wills

Need a more tailored solution?

In some cases you may need a customised estate planning strategy; for example, if you own a business, trust or SMSF, large estate or blended family. 

Start with a consultation where we’ll discuss your needs and give you a fixed price quote.

Why choose us

We provide great service at competitive prices.
01.
We make it easy for you

We offer practical guidance at every step. We’ll help you work out the answers to the difficult questions.

02.
Friendly and efficient service
We’ll anticipate your needs and exceed your expectations. Read what our clients say.
03.
Fixed prices

Whether you need a simple Will or a comprehensive estate plan, we’ll give you a fixed price quote in advance.

How does it work?

  • 01

    Arrange an appointment

    Book online or phone us on (08) 9220 4433 to arrange your appointment.

  • 02

    Gather information

    We’ll email you a checklist of information you should consider before your appointment.

  • 03

    Attend your appointment

    We will prepare your straightforward Will or Enduring Power of Attorney on-the-spot in around 45 minutes per person.

  • 04

    Sign your will

    We’ll arrange for you to sign your Will on the spot.

  • Store your Will

    We can store your Will free of charge in our in-house secure document storage facility.

Need to review your
existing Will?

No problem. Book an “on-the-spot” consultation. If we need to update your Will, we can prepare a new simple Will during the appointment.

Testimonials

What our clients say

Virginia was very professional, pleasant & helpful in helping my husband & I re-do our wills.
Gail J Macri
June 20, 2022
The service that Clare Fielding provided at Perth Wills Centre was very professional. Her advice and knowledge in the preparation of my Will was greatly appreciated. The whole process of formulating, drafting, reviewing and finalising my Will was completed in one visit. I recommend anyone considering making a Will to contact Clare Fielding at Perth Wills Centre.
Elizabeth
June 20, 2022
Great service, very prompt and professional
Mr G
June 17, 2022
Excellent service. Clare was very professional and helpful. Everything was processed quickly and efficiently. I would highly recommend this company. Having my will and Survivorship application completed was an easy process when I was going through an emotional fraught period after losing my husband unexpectedly.
Ms S
June 8, 2022
I found Clare’s service in updating my will and completing a Guardianship form to be efficiently and courteously carried out. She answered all my questions satisfactorily.
Jill Maughan
May 29, 2022
The whole process was professionally done and in good time. Advice given was very concise.
Mr L
May 11, 2022

Free info guide

Help with the difficult questions so you can stop procrastinating and make your Will

Our free guide has comprehensive and practical guidance to help you get your affairs in order.

FAQs

Our Wills on the spot service is for the preparation of your simple Will. Under a simple Will you would typically leave the whole of your estate to your spouse or partner if he or she survives you. If your spouse does not survive you, you would generally provide that your estate is divided equally among your children. You may make provision that if any of your children die before you, the share they would otherwise have taken would be divided equally between their children (i.e. your grandchildren).

If you don't have any children you may provide that your estate be divided in certain proportions among other friends or family members.

A simple Will does not include provision for complex substitution clauses, long lists of gifts or establishing testamentary trusts.

We cannot prepare an on-the-spot Will if any of the following apply:

  • you have an interest in a family company, family trust, business, partnership or a self-managed superannuation fund
  • you or your partner have children from other relationships (a blended family)
  • you want your Will to include a long list of gifts or gifts to charity
  • you have a large assets pool or complex family affairs
  • you wish to give your property away with conditions attached – for example rights to purchase or life estate interest
  • you wish to create testamentary trusts or protective trusts
  • you own real estate overseas
  • you wish to make mutual wills – a binding promise not to change your will
  • you have identified the possibility of your Will being challenged
  • you do not understand the English language or are unable to sign your name.

In those circumstances, your consultation will be an Estate Planning Consultation and we will give you a quote for preparing your Will after your consultation.

If you're unsure which service is right for you, please contact us.

Our Wills on the spot appointments are held at our Perth offices. We will prepare your Will and witness you sign it during the meeting.

If you're unable to attend our office we can take your instructions via a Zoom consultation and post your Will to you with instructions for signing it.

Please bring the documents and information listed on the relevant checklist.

Meet our team

We’re a tight-knit, multi-disciplinary team of lawyers, legal executives, accountants and software developers.  We’re also passionate community leaders, sportspeople, podcasters, musicians, parents… and proud that these interests inform our professional lives.
Legal Practitioner Director
Michael has been practising law in Western Australia since 1997 and is an experienced lawyer in property law, family law and succession law. Michael has a strong base of knowledge and experience from assisting hundreds of clients in these……
Legal Practitioner Director
Lucy is a talented lawyer, business administrator and manager who leads the development of the firm’s consumer legal services, bringing together people, technology and processes to design and deliver innovative legal services. Lucy supervises the firm’s Wills, probate, estate……
Lawyer
Clare assists our clients to prepare Wills, applications for Probate and Letters of Administration and administer deceased estates. Clare completed her Bachelor of Laws in 2011 and was admitted as a lawyer in 2014, following which she worked as……
Lawyer
Ginny works in the firm’s Family Law and Wills and Probates teams. Ginny has a particular passion for family law. Knowing how difficult this can be for clients, she greatly enjoys assisting them in a compassionate way to find……
Lawyer
Jess is an experienced lawyer working in the Wills and Probate department. She is passionate about helping clients who are going through the probate process and assisting in the administration of estates. Jess works for B&R remotely from the……

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