Islamic Will Registry

Protect Your Loved Ones


Why Does it Matter?

Writing a will is an important Islamic obligation. The Prophet (Pbuh) said you should not let two nights pass without writing down your will. This hadith shows the high level of importance given to outlining your wishes in writing.

It is the duty of a Muslim who has something to which is to be given as a bequest not to have it for two nights without having his Will written down regarding it.


Why Register a Will?

Estate planning documents are often prepared many years in advance of when they are needed. Lawyers retire and firms close, people move and things get lost. When a family is unable to find a will, the law presumes the will was revoked. This has a massive impact on your friends and family.

Your estate will be distributed according to government laws including the formula enacted into law. Your wishes won’t decide how to handle your estate.


Why Search for a Will?

It is difficult to know if someone had a will after they die. How do you know if you have the most recent will?

Searching the Islamic Will Registry is an integral step when administering an estate. If you are an executor or a loved one, it is important to confirm that you have the most recent will.

Fast – Search queries are fast and take less than a minute.

Due Diligence and Research–  If you are an executor of an estate and you do not properly look for a will, you can be held liable if you incorrectly administer an estate. A Search Certificate from will registries can serve as proof that you took effective steps to find all relevant documents.

Fees Covered By Estate – Our search fee is $99 and this cost can be disbursed to the estate. This means you do not need to cover the cost personally.


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Islamic Will Registry