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‘Ibn Umar reported that the Messenger of Allah said: “It is a duty of a Muslim who has anything to bequeath not to let two nights pass without including it in his will”.’ Sahih al-Bukhari.
We, at IQRA WILLS, are experts in Islamic Will in the UK
Contact us and let our specialists get the job done.
An Islamic Will, also called Shariah-compliant will, is a legally-binding document that stipulates to whom a person will be leaving their assets (property, possessions, money etc) upon their return to Allah (SWT).
Many legal advisors do not have the expertise and the knowledge required to draft a sound and valid Sharia-compliant will but not our Islamic will specialists.
Our Islamic will specialists, at IQRA WILLS, are highly talented and experienced in Shariah-Compliant wills, trusts and Islamic estate planning and can advise you on all matters relating to an Islamic will, ensuring your will is compatible with Shariah and the English law whilst still fulfilling your wishes.
When it comes to an Islamic will, leave it to our highly knowledgeable, experienced and professional Islamic will specialists, so you can be guided and assisted in this serious journey. At IQRA WILLS, we can make it easy, rewarding and stress-free.
Making a will can sound stressful and uncomfortable but with us it is the opposite because we have years of experience in dealing with all types of estates and an extensive knowledge of Islamic law required to produce a valid Islamic will bidding under both Shariah and the English law.
Under the Islamic law, a minimum of two-thirds of a Muslim’s total estate are pre-determined for certain surviving relatives. However, a Muslim can bequeath up to one-third of their residual assets to any person, excluding relatives with pre-determined fixed share, an organisation defending a good cause, and/or make a Sadaqah Jariyah ( a perpetual charitable giving).
Our Islamic will specialists can support you in every facet of the will writing process, ensuring it is compliant with both Islamic and English laws.