As baby boomers prepare to transition into retirement and beyond, Australia will witness the greatest transfer of wealth in the country's history. Yet only one third of the adult population has a will. Many Australians have no idea what happens to their assets after they die, relying on the misguided notion that a do-it-yourself will is sufficient to protect their family and assets. The modern development of 'domestic partners' has created some interesting new challenges, particularly when someone dies without a valid will. Although bigamy is illegal in Australia, it is quite possible to have more than one "spouse" for the purposes of succession law. Almost all DIY kits and programs presently available are not flexible enough to permit customised options, such as the ability to list two or more alternate executors.