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Q18. Do you offer Shariah Compliant Wills for Muslims?

A.18. Yes, we do offer that option. Once you confirm you are Muslim in the questionnaire, you will be asked whether you would like a Shariah Compliant Will. Please answer yes for this option.

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Q17. Once I pay for the Will and submit the questionnaire, how soon will I receive my Will?

A17. Once payment and the completed questionnaire is received, we aim to send you your Will in pdf format within 48-72 hours.

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Q16. I have some more questions, can I contact you?

A16. Yes, of course. Visit our contact us page and drop us an email and one of our friendly staff would be more than happy to assist you.

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Q15. I am engaged and considering getting married, will my Will be valid if I marry my fiancée?

A15. The general rule is that marriage and divorce has the effect of nullifying wills. However, if you are engaged and are looking to get married, we can include a clause in the Will so that your [...]

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Q14. I’m still not sure if I want to make a Will. Are there any other benefits in making one?

A14. -A will is the only way to make sure your savings and possessions (your estate) go to the people and causes that you care about – Disputes over inheritance are a common cause for arguments [...]

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Q13. What should I do once I have signed and witnessed my Will?

A13. You must store your Will in a safe and secure place and inform your executors of this location so that they are able to access it on your death.

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Q12. Can I ever change my Will?

A12. A will can be changed by writing a new valid Will or making a valid amendment (called a Codicil).

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Q11. So when does my Will become valid and legally binding?

A11. A Will which has been dated, signed and witnessed correctly in accordance with the Wills Act 1837 is legally valid in the UK. We will provide you with clear guidance in how to do this once [...]

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Q10. Can my beneficiaries be my witnesses?

A10. Your witnesses should be two independent people aged at least 18 years old. A witness cannot be blind or a beneficiary or executor of your Will. There is no need for them to know the content [...]

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Q9. Who shall I get to witness my Will?

A9. You will need 2 witnesses and they will witness the signing of your will so that in case there is any question that you wrote it after your death or that you did not have mental capacity, you [...]

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