The Holy Quran requires that all Muslims make a Will.
The law of the land requires that the Will be clear as to the deceased’s intention.
The law requires the proper signing of the Will.
The full legal name MUST be used on your Last Will and Testament.
The Islamic Will must be signed by the Testator only in the presence of witness (recommended three) in the presences of a public notary.
The Executor of your estate is responsible for the administration of your Will. Be careful in your selection. The person must be willing and capable of executing this responsibility from an Islamic and legal point of view.
All dates, amounts, information and blanks MUST be completed on The Islamic Will.
A black pen / typewriter must be used to complete the Will. No PENCILS should be used.
All pages of the Islamic Will be signed by the Testator along one of the margins.
No photocopies must be made after the Islamic Will has been signed. Have more than one original.
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