Why not now? It only takes 15 minutes, it's completely free, and it's an important thing to have done - just in case.
Have a say in your own farewell.
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Write, save and share your end of life wishes.
Frequently asked questions.
No. Unlike a will, your Final Wishes is not a legally binding document. However, it's an important additional document that sits alongside a will to help your family navigate your funeral wishes, as well as get the relevant instructions from you on how you'd like your estate managed.
For security reasons we recommend not adding usernames and passwords to your Final Wishes. Our Digital Vault is coming soon, which has military-grade security to protect your banking and any other important account details you want to share, either now or at the time of your passing. In the meantime you can use final wishes to keep a list of what accounts you currently hold and will need closing when the time comes.
Having an end-of-life plan is one important way to take an emotional burden off your family when the time comes. We often see the difficulty associated with managing grief at the same time as managing a loved one's funeral and estate plans. Having your preferences written down is one way to make this process easier for those left behind.
Once you have completed your Final Wishes we’ll save them in a document you can print or send to your next of kin or executor. That will make the process seamless at the time of your passing.
You can include anything that you feel is important for your family to know and understand. It is a useful tool that can provide context about the decisions left in your Will or directions about your funeral.
Yes. You can edit your Final Wishes at any time - it's a free tool that you can access via our End of Life Dashboard whenever you like.