GAULD & CO., SOLICITORS: ONLINE SELF-PREPARED WILLS AND POWERS OF ATTORNEY
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
Thank you for considering our online self-prepared Will and Power of Attorney services. We would like to inform you of important information concerning the nature of these services and the limitations on our liability and relationship.
- No Legal Advice Provided
Please note that our online self-prepared Will and Power of Attorney services do not constitute legal advice. Our platform is designed to provide you with a general template for creating your Will and/or Power of Attorney, based on the information you provide in the online form.
We recommend that you seek independent legal advice if you have any questions or concerns regarding your specific situation or the legal implications of the documents you are preparing. Self-prepared Wills and Powers of Attorney are for very standard circumstances and should not be used if your personal and/or financial circumstances involve anything outside the parameters we describe in the introductory materials on our website or in the online interview.
- Limitation of Liability
Our legal firm’s liability in connection with the online self-prepared Will and Power of Attorney services is limited to the maximum extent permitted by law. By using our online platform to generate your Will and/or Power of Attorney, you agree to release and hold harmless our legal firm, its partners, employees, and agents from any and all claims, damages, or liabilities arising from or relating to the use of the online self-prepared Will and Power of Attorney services, including but not limited to, any errors or omissions in the documents or any consequences arising from your reliance on the documents.
- No Client-Solicitor Relationship
It is important to understand that by using our online self-prepared Will and Power of Attorney services, no client-solicitor relationship is created between you and our legal firm. This means that we do not represent you or your interests and are not responsible for protecting your legal rights in relation to the documents you create through our platform.
- Accuracy and Completeness
You are solely responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of the information you provide when completing the online form. Our legal firm is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the documents generated using our platform as a result of incorrect, incomplete, or outdated information provided by you.
- Governing Law
These terms and any dispute arising out of or in connection with the use of our online self-prepared Will and Power of Attorney services shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Victoria.