The UK’s first Islamic will portal is here

The UK’s first Islamic will portal is here

Muslims living in England and Wales can now complete their will online with the UK’s first Islamic will portal, all in as little as 20 minutes.

Why create an Islamic will?

Unfortunately, many Muslims don’t prioritise making a will. Upon their death they may be buried in ways against their wishes, have their wealth distributed incorrectly, have the courts decide who takes care of their children and leave behind fighting families.

We aim to put an end to this by stripping away the jargon and complexities involved when creating an Islamic will making it simple, affordable and accessible for everyone.

Why True Wills?

To create an Islamic will, you would usually need to consult a scholar and visit a specialist (and often expensive) solicitor. For decades, will writing has been slow, overpriced and complicated.

You can now easily answer some questions on our portal, in the comfort of your home and submit it for expert checking by our in-house solicitor. Once approved, you will be notified that your Islamic will is ready for download. You can also make unlimited changes to your will throughout the year for free, a feature which comes in handy if you are moving homes or are expecting a child. After that, it’s just £20 per year to make unlimited changes. You can opt in and out of this subscription at any time throughout your lifetime.

What does it cost?

With an Islamic will for a one-time fee of £98, we will:

  • Calculate the share of wealth each family member inherits, according to the guidelines set out in the Qur’an and Sunnah
  • Enable you to split up to a third of your wealth between a charity, friends and relatives who aren’t entitled to inherit from you
  • Let you appoint guardians for your children who are under 18

Our Islamic wills are compliant with both English and Islamic law.

Begin for free

We have modernised and digitised Islamic will writing. We make complex subjects simple and transparent and are here to give advice whenever you need it. We are making everything to do with Islamic wills easier, quicker and affordable for Muslims across the UK.

If you have any questions related to will writing, live chat with a member of our team from Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm.

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