Simple Wills Form

Make a simple Will with Public Trust

This form provides a Simple Will service for those whose family situation is straightforward.

Please be aware that your Will is a legal document. When completing the form it is important that names are spelt correctly and all the information provided is true and correct.

Filling in this form should take no longer than 15 minutes. All questions with an asterisk* need to be answered.

You can correct your answers at any stage before you click the 'Submit' button by using the 'Next' and 'Back' buttons at the bottom of each page.

Once you have submitted your form, someone from Public Trust will contact you to organise a time for you to come into our office to sign your Will.

Now let's begin.

Who are you?

Customer Details

Date of birth *

Contact Details
Residential address
Postal address
Have you ever completed a Will with Public Trust? *

Who are you? (continued)

Relationship status*

NOTE: Marriage/Civil union/De facto relationships

A marriage or civil union will automatically cancel any earlier Will unless the Will has been made in contemplation of that marriage or civil union.

If your marriage or civil union is formally dissolved, then any gift in your Will to your former spouse or civil union partner is cancelled and they are treated as having died before you. The rest of your Will remains valid.

If you are separated, but want a gift to your spouse or civil union partner to remain valid after the formal dissolution of the relationship, then you need to make specific provision for that in your Will.

A new de facto relationship does not however automatically cancel any earlier Wills and the end of a de facto relationship does not cancel any provision you may have made in favour or your de facto partner. You will need to cancel that Will preferably by making another Will.


Do you have any children? *
Guardian's Details

Who do you want to leave your possessions to?

Who do you want to leave your possessions to?

Preview your Will

Personal InformationEdit personal information

Date of birth
Place of birth
Have you ever completed a Will with Public Trust?

Relationship InformationEdit relationship information

Partner Title
Partner Surname
Partner Firstname
Partner Date of birth
Partner Place of birth
Partner create a Will?
Children under 18
Appoint a guardian
Guardian Name
Guardian Relationship

Possessions InformationEdit possessions information

Who do you want to leave possessions to?
Who else do you want to leave possessions to?

Signing your Will

Signing your Will

In order to make your Will legal, you will need to sign it and have it witnessed.

Most of our customer centres are open from 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday. In some areas opening hours are reduced, or the office opens for appointments only. Details of office locations (opens in a new window)

Let us know what day and time suits you best to come in and sign your Will (this will take no longer than 15 minutes).

Preferred appointment time
When is the best time to call you to confirm your appointment? *