Leave a lasting legacy with Willed

Willed is Australia's leading estate-planning platform, with a mission to empower millions of Australians to write their Wills from the comfort of their homes through our affordable and secure platform. Leaving a gift in your will is a profound way of supporting Lighthouse Foundation to break the cycle of generational homelessness for young people.


How does it work?

Writing your Will online with Willed is simple 

  1. Create an account and use our Will builder to create your Will in less than 15 minutes from the comfort of your home or office. Here you can appoint an Executor, name your beneficiaries, divide your estate and leave a bequest to the Lighthouse Foundation. 

  2. Purchase your Will and download instantly. Then, print and sign your Will in the presence of two independent witnesses to make the document legally binding.   

  3. Get your Will checked by an expert to ensure peace of mind.

  4. Update your Will anytime by logging into the platform and updating the details under the relevant section. Be sure to download the latest version of your document, print and sign it to ensure it is legally binding.


I have a promo code, how do I use it?

Once you have completed your Will and are ready to finalise your payment, look for where it says, 'Got a promo code? Click here', enter your code, and the price will update automatically. 


How can I leave a Gift in Will or bequest?  


There are two ways to leave a Gift in Will to your chosen charity. You can do this by naming your chosen charity as a beneficiary in the 'Gifts' section if you wish to leave a specific asset. Alternatively, you can name the chosen charity as a beneficiary of your residual estate - this means that the charity will receive a percentage of your estate (after any specific gifts or assets are distributed). 


Can I use Willed to write a joint Will? 


No, the Willed platform does not permit a couple to write a joint Will. However, we do offer a couples discount when you purchase two individual Wills. 


Who can sign my Will?


A Will must be signed by at least two witnesses who are over 18 years of age, mentally competent, and be able to see the Willmaker sign the Will. A witness should not be an executor or beneficiary under the Will or the spouse or de facto partner of an executor or beneficiary under the Will.


Will a new Will cancel my old Will?

Yes, a new Will (as long as it is signed and witnessed correctly) will revoke a previously made Will.


What do I do now? 

Simply click on the link below to be redirected to our Willed page, and get started. Lighthouse has been given an exclusive 25% discount code for all new bequests, simply pop in 771575  in the promo code box.




If you need any further information or assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to one of our friendly Trusts & Foundations team members and discuss your options. 

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