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21 May 2020
More people than ever getting their affairs in order thanks to the COVID19 Pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted more people to prepare their Will, said CEO and co-founder of online will-writing platform Safewill, Adam Labofsky, which saw a 300% rise in the number of visitors seeking out a Will.
However, ten million people or 52 per cent of Australians still do not have a Will.
“Not having a Will in place when you pass places an enormous toll on your loved ones who are left to battle with a legal system to fight for your estate. By using the services of Safewill, people can fill out our template and have a legal Will produced in 20 minutes. Helping to alleviate the burden for your loved ones at a time when they are grieving,” Mr Labofsky said.
Driven by the loss of a friend who died in her 30s, without a Will, Mr Lubofsky, wanted to create an online system that would encourage more Australians to have a Will in place. He knew, for it to work, the online system had to be quick and straightforward to use. Since launching, thousands of Australians have used the Safewill system to put their affairs in order.
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About Safewill: Wills have traditionally been too expensive or complicated for most people. Only those who had the time and money to see an expensive lawyer could get a Will and protect their family. But Wills were meant for everyone. That is why we are on a mission to make Wills affordable and easy enough for everyone to safeguard their life’s work. Our modern approach to Wills means that you can start, complete, and update your bespoke Will anytime, anywhere. No lawyers’ fees, no hidden costs, no appointments. Just smart Wills for modern life.