Technology is gradually but certainly winning the case for normal people. Online startups and mobile applications are not only lowering down the price but also significantly lowering the harassment of benefiting lawful services.
The newest to smack the industry is the WillStar app, which can be installed for free. The app removes the pain of creating a will. A same kit is obtainable on the Amazon website, which has a price tag of Rs 399. The kit is makes it achievable to make a will in less than 15 Minutes and is self-explanatory.
On the other hand, it might cost Rs 10,000–15,000 if you take advice of a lawyer to make your will. Not to mention the various trips to the lawyer. If you select to register the papers, also include excruciating visits to the registrar’s headquarters.
Founder of LawRato.com (that has rolled out WillStar), Rahul Mahajan, claimed that the decision to roll out the app was boosted by statistics which displayed that 66% of all civil court cases in 2017 stemmed from property and land related cases. He was seen quoting to the media in an interview.
There are older and other websites that also assist make an online will but their services are having a tad more price tag. You can make a will online for a price tag in the range of Rs 1,999–4,000, still a part of what it will take you to check with a lawyer in person. The older market companies take a price of Rs 3,000–4,000 for registering and vetting a standard will.
Raj Lakhotia, the founder of Kolkata-located DiL SE WiLL, claimed that the platform had made lawful offerings cost-effectual for the average user. His start-up aims wholly on wills. “We have enormous traffic from the cities and metro cities such as Bengaluru,” he claimed.