NZ’s #1 plain-English and convenient way to make a will online that is legally-valid and tailored to your situation.
NZ’s best online will service is developed by specialists and used and trusted by hundreds of NZ lawyers. It covers basic wills to complex wills (guardian appointment, estate splits, family trusts, appointment of executors, gifting, life interests, relationship property).
The one-off cost includes 30-days of unlimited updates and downloads and secure cloud storage of your data, signed will and inclusion on our national wills NZ register.
Mirror a version for your spouse/partner and save 50% on the cost of the second mirror will. No on-going costs.
“I had put it off [making a will] for years but having a baby made it my top priority. The thought of leaving the welfare of my son to chance for another day got me online and signed up with Justly. I was dreading it, but Justly made it as straight-forward as packing my bag for a weekend. It was actually kind of fun to do and I feel much happier that he’s looked after and that Sea Shepherd will benefit from a legacy I’ve left for it also.”
Over 96% of our customers would refer us
15,000+ Wills and enduring power of attroneys made using Justly. Here is a sample of our customer feedback:
Your system is so easy to use and understand. I will be recommending this for anyone.
Edward Borell (Retired) – BOP
“I can’t thank you enough”
We rang around…Lawyers but couldn’t afford the fees.
We wanted to do our wills for ages but didn’t know how. You gave us the peace of mind that this has been taken care of if something happens.
We really appreciate your service and we will tell our friends.
Tagisia (Office Administrator) – Christchurch
I will forward the website details to other friends and family because the service and follow up is great, and the online system is so easy. This is something I have meant to do for years, but always seemed too complicated.
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Justly is a software application with legal tools and legal information to make a will and improve your access to law. We are not a law firm and not a substitute for advice from a specialist legal professional.