Ailira is really simple and easy to use.
There is some artificial intelligence that tailors the experience to suit your needs. We will ask you some questions, and ask you to check that the information is correct.
After you're done, you'll receive an email with a copy of your Will. If you find you're waiting a while, please make sure to check your junk mail folder.
A simple Will is a legal document that helps your family directs them as to your wishes, what to do with your things after you're gone.
When you're finished, we will email you a copy of your will and some instructions attached to help you through the steps to make it a legal document.
Let's get a few details down about you.
You will need to choose who your beneficiaries are.
Beneficiaries are those who are going to receive money or benefits from your Estate. You can have multiple primary beneficiaries.
A secondary beneficiary is someone who will receive the benefits of your Estate in the event that the primary beneficiary is unable to receive them.
This is known as the Executor. It can be someone you know, someone who is a beneficiary, or an organisation such as a law firm.
You need at least 1 Primary Executor. We suggest you have at least 1 Secondary Executor also. You can have a maximum of 2 Primary Executors and a maximum of 2 Secondary Executors.
If you have children under the age of 18, you will need to appoint someone to take care of them if you and the other parent dies. We suggest appointing someone who share your values as the guardians of your children such as a sibling or family friend.
An important concept to consider is that all Wills created before marriage is rendered null and void once a person is married.
If you are creating this Will in contemplation of marriage, that is, you are engaged to marry an individual, then this needs to be stated in the Will so that it will remain valid after the marriage or if the marriage does not occur.
A specific gift is a sum of money or an individual item such as a house or a piece of jewellery.