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Why you need an Islamic Will in the UK
June 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
During this free webinar, you will learn how to protect your religion, children and wealth by having an Islamic Will in place.
We will also discuss the importance of Wills from the Qur’an and Sunnah and how to fulfil your Islamic obligation.
We’ll show you how to create an Islamic Will and avoid paying £500+ to high street solicitors.
Some other topics we’ll be discussing in the webinar include:
- The 4 duties which need to be performed after you die
- Your primary inheritors and their prescribed amounts
- How to avoid the government deciding who gets what from your possessions after you die
- How to avoid the courts deciding who takes care of your children after you die
- How to leave up to a third of your wealth for anyone you wish (including adopted children, non-Muslims and charities)
- Inheritance tax
…and SO MUCH MORE!
If you’d like to learn how to write an Islamic will (in as little as an hour), and how, by having one, your religion, children and wealth will remain protected, you don’t want to miss our free webinar.
DON’T DELAY: you may think you’re too young for a will or that you don’t own much.
You’ve probably never thought of having a will before or would like to but just don’t know where to
We’re pleased to tell you that you don’t need to have any previous knowledge on Wills to get started. Our webinar is designed for Muslims from all walks of life.
As we see it, you have two options. Option one is to keep doing what you’re doing.
Going from one article to another watching video after video on Islamic Wills, without actually taking the steps to write one.
The other option is to spend only an hour of your time learning how to create a will (which will protect your wealth, children and Akhirah), whilst having questions answered which are specifically relevant to you. Best of all, for FREE.
Spaces are limited and the event is filling up quickly. To secure your space, register now!
Having an Islamic Will is your Islamic obligation.