The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2012-03-03T10:05:56Z Where There is a Will There is a Way 2012-03-03T10:05:56Z where-there-is-a-will-there-is-a-way A recent spate of tragic deaths that claimed the lives of men and women who left behind young children prompted Australian lawyer, Dan Toombs to ask how many Australians die without doing a will. According to research acquired by the lawyer, allegedly half of the population haven't a will."It is frightening, " he said."Most people are completely oblivious to the implications of dying without a will, in particular that legislation will essentially decide who gets what."In response to the issue, Dan Toombs created a free online will kit, "The Will Kit.""A Will Kit is not the best way to get a will, full-stop. The best way is to consult a lawyer. The law is complex and people who believe they have simples wishes often find that they're not so simple after all upon consultation with a lawyer competent in the area," he said."But if we're completely honest, despite these inherent risks, people will still choose to use a will kit for many reasons, the most obvious being that they haven't the money to see a lawyer."The Will Kitis completely free."It's free because what I'm trying to achieve is to encourage people to think about a will. I provide a very stern warning about the risks of using a will kit, which I hope is diverting people to consult with a lawyer. For those that don't and who have simples wishes in respect to the few things they have, by using the will kit, they're no longer at risk of dying intestate."Dan Toombs said.