Islamic Will Services Tailored to Your Religious and Legal Needs

Ensure your estate is distributed in accordance with Islamic law and Australian legal requirements with our Islamic Will services. Our experienced team specializes in preparing Islamic Wills that adhere to Shariah principles while maintaining legal validity in Australia. Take control of your assets and ensure your loved ones are provided for according to your wishes.

Embark on the journey of securing your legacy with Khan Legal’s comprehensive Islamic Will services. Our process begins with a personalized consultation, where we carefully assess your unique circumstances and preferences. Next, our dedicated team meticulously drafts your Islamic Will, ensuring it adheres to both Islamic principles and Australian legal requirements. Once the document is prepared, we guide you through the signing process, providing detailed instructions to ensure its legal validity. After signing, we assist you in safely storing your will and inform your chosen executors, ensuring a seamless transition of your estate according to your wishes. Trust Khan Legal to navigate the complexities of Islamic estate planning with precision and expertise, ensuring peace of mind for you and your loved ones.

Islamic Will Solutions by Khan Legal

A will is a legal document that outlines how you wish to distribute your assets among your beneficiaries after your passing. Recognizing the need for Muslims to have a legally valid means to distribute their estate according to Islamic principles, Imran developed this specialized document. With over a decade of experience and having prepared over 1,000 Islamic Wills, Imran is a trusted expert in the field, ensuring your will is legally sound and adheres to Islamic Laws of Inheritance.

Islamic Will FAQ’s

What is a Will:

A will is a legal document that outlines how you wish to distribute your assets among your beneficiaries after your passing.

Do I need a Will:

In Australia, if you pass away without a will, the law dictates how your estate will be distributed, typically to your spouse and/or children. Without a will, you forfeit the ability to specify your inheritance preferences. Therefore, it’s essential to have a will prepared if you want to dictate how your assets will be divided, especially crucial for Muslims to ensure compliance with Islamic obligations and requirements.

How is an Islamic Will different from a normal will:

Under normal wills in Australia, you can decide who inherits what. You have the freedom to distribute your estate as you wish. However, our Islamic Wills ensure that your assets are divided according to Shariah principles. This includes specific provisions such as:

  • Ensuring compliance with Islamic burial requirements.
  • Settling all debts and expenses, including Zakat, before distribution.
  • Providing the option to bequeath up to 1/3 of your estate, with discretion.
  • Distributing the remaining assets among surviving relatives based on the Mawarith schedule.

Are Islamic Wills valid in Australia:

Yes, under Australian laws, you can determine how your estate is divided. As long as your will clearly outlines your distribution preferences and is properly signed, it will be legally valid. Our Islamic Will follows the Mawarith Schedule, ensuring compliance with Islamic rules while remaining legally valid in Australia.

How does an Islamic Will divide my estate:

Our Islamic Will divides your estate in accordance with the Mawarith schedule, which varies based on surviving relatives at the time of your passing. You can use the provided calculator to estimate how your estate would be divided based on your family situation.

 (Please note that this is link is provided as a guide only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the calculator, nor do we endorse the content of the link)

What is an executor:

The executor is responsible for distributing your estate according to your Will. They gather your assets and distribute them as specified. While anyone over 18 can act as an executor, it’s recommended to appoint someone familiar with your family situation for Islamic Wills.

How many executors do I need:

While you only need one executor, having at least two ensures a backup in case the primary executor is unable to fulfill their duties after your passing.

What is a bequest:

An optional part of Islamic Wills, a bequest allows you to give away up to 1/3 of your estate to charities or others not directly inheriting. You can choose to give any amount up to 1/3, providing flexibility in your distribution.

What is a guardian:

You can nominate a legal guardian for your infant children in your will. While the nomination is not legally binding, it helps guide the court’s decision in determining the best interests of the children.

When do I need to update or redo my will:

Your will remains valid unless you get married or divorced. However, you can always update it to reflect changes in circumstances or preferences.

What is the process to get a will:

To obtain an Islamic Will, complete the application form, and we’ll prepare your will accordingly. Once completed, you’ll receive detailed signing instructions and an invoice. After signing, store your will safely and inform your executors. Upon your passing, your executors will distribute your assets according to your wishes.

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