Preparing a Will is one of most important things you can do for those you leave behind. It outlines how you want your estate (also known as your assets or net worth) to be distributed when you pass away.
If you would like to leave your super to someone who is not a dependant (for example, your parents, siblings, or a charity), you can nominate your legal personal representative in your binding death benefit nomination and highlight in your Will who you would like your super to go to.
Remember it is likely you'll need to update your Will throughout your life as your circumstances change.
Wills, estate planning and superannuation are complex subjects so getting some guidance from a professional, such as a solicitor or financial adviser, can help.