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Our Wills and Estate Planning Solutions

What is Estate Planning?

The word estate planning refers to the preparation of activities to manage an individual’s financial condition in the case of incapacity or death. The preparation involves bequesting assets to heirs, settling estate taxes and debts, and additional issues such as child and pet guardianship. Estate planning often involves identifying assets and obligations, evaluating accounts, and creating wills.

Why Estate Plan is Important?

Protects Beneficiaries

Establishing an estate plan can ensure that your loved ones are cared for in accordance with your preferences. Protect their financial stability and plan for their future requirements with clarity and confidence.

Spares Heirs a Big Tax Bite

Strategic estate planning can help you reduce tax payments and leave more money for your descendants. Maximize tax savings while minimizing the impact of estate taxes on your beneficiaries' fortune.

Protects Young Children

Secure your children's well-being by include guardianship and financial provisions in your estate plan. Ensure they are looked for by trustworthy people and given access to the resources they require to succeed.

Eliminates Family Messes

Prevent family arguments and conflicts by carefully defining your preferences in your inheritance plan. Reduce the danger of litigation while ensuring a seamless transfer of assets to your successors, preserving family unity and peace of mind.

What is a Will?

A will is a legal document that expresses your preferences for the distribution of your possessions and the care of any minor children following your death. If you die without a will, your wishes may not be fulfilled. Furthermore, your heirs may end up devoting more time, money, and emotional energy to settling your affairs after you die.

Why Estate Plan is Important?

Asset Distribution Control

With a will, you may specify who inherits your assets and in what proportions, ensuring that your objectives are clearly stated and legally enforceable.

Guardianship Designation

Ensure the well-being of your young children by naming guardians in your will, giving you peace of mind that they will be cared for in accordance with your preferences rather than leaving the choice to the court.

Asset Protection

Protect your assets from unintended recipients or alienated relatives by choosing who should inherit them, so reducing the chance of estate disputes or challenges.

Expedited Asset Access

Having a will streamlines the process for your heirs to access and distribute your assets, avoiding prolonged and costly legal proceedings.

The Process of Making a Will.


Contact Us

Reach our experts to determine the suitable Will type that best fits your needs and your estate.


Initial Consultation

To better understand your specific requirements and ambitions, we start by discussing your estate planning goals, financial condition, and family dynamics in detail.


Fill Up Your Details

Fill out our detailed form to offer us important information about your assets, beneficiaries, and preferences.


Will Drafting

Once we have acquired all of the essential information, our staff will start drafting your will. We will verify that the document appropriately reflects your instructions and meets all legal standards.


Review Your Drafted Wills

We will write wills based on your instructions and preferences, which you may examine and approve.


Finalize And Execute

After any required adjustments, we'll finish your will and walk you through the execution procedure to verify that all legal requirements are met.

Types of Wills.

Every type of will has distinct features and benefits, suited to our customers’ personal requirements and preferences. Our staff will walk you through the process of selecting the best form of will for your specific needs, ensuring that your estate planning goals are met.

Wills For Non Muslims

- DIFC Wills
- ADJD Wills
- Dubai Courts Notary Will

Wills For Muslims

- Shariah Compliant Will
- UAE Wills with Letters of Consent

Guardianship Wills

- DIFC Wills
- ADJD Wills
- Dubai Courts Notary Will

Difference Between Estate Planing and Will.

Estate planning is a strategy that people adopt to determine what happens to their assets and liabilities while they are living and after they die.

A will, on the other hand, is a legal document that specifies how assets are dispersed, who cares for small children and pets, and any other instructions following a person’s death.

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Got questions?
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When should I start estate planning?

It’s never too early to begin estate planning. Regardless of your age or financial condition, having an estate plan in place may bring peace of mind while also protecting your possessions and loved ones from unanticipated occurrences.


Can I update my estate plan?

Yes, you should evaluate and revise your estate plan on a regular basis, especially following major life events like marriage, divorce, childbirth, or financial changes. Regular revisions guarantee that your estate plan is current and reflects your intentions.


Can I minimize estate taxes through estate planning?

Yes, estate planning methods such as giving, forming trusts, and employing tax-exempt allowances can assist reduce estate taxes and maximize the assets left to your heirs. An expert estate planning attorney can help you choose the best tax planning options for your specific scenario.

How do I ensure my will is legally valid?

To be legally valid, your will must fulfill specific conditions outlined by state law. These usually involve being of sound mind and legal age, having the will in writing, signing the will in front of witnesses, and having the witnesses sign the will in your presence.

Can I include digital assets in my will?

Yes, you may include internet accounts, cryptocurrency, and digital material in your will. It is critical to mention these assets in your will and include directions for their administration and distribution after your death. Consider access credentials, encryption keys, and any applicable terms of service agreements.