Time to make your Dubai Expat Will?
If you are thinking about a Will, chances are you have already been finding out about all the options out there. For those of you already resident in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah or indeed any part of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) you may have come across conflicting information about the validity of UK Wills and a variety of issues concerning Sharia Law and UK Wills.
Wills in Plain English
To help you understand what is required we do our best to avoid legal jargon in our Wills wherever possible but we can’t do without some – sorry! However, we will explain everything you need to know about your expat Will in plain English.
Because your personal situation is unique especially as an expat in a foreign jurisdiction, we will work with you to get the right Will, inheritance plan, living will and trust for your circumstances.
Please be aware that the Government of Dubai states on its own website that the UAE courts will use Sharia Law to determine the distribution of an estate where there is NO Will
To find out more about some of the issues most frequently raised by clients follow these links:-
At Dubai Expatriate Wills all our Wills are drafted by a real person – a qualified lawyer and your Will is covered by our professional indemnity insurance. We work in a cost-effective way that suits you and your budget, either using the phone, Skype, email/PDF, using our online data form or any combination of these methods. See here How Dubai Expatriate Wills Works.
However you contact us, you will get the same personal service and get the peace of mind that comes from putting your affairs in good order, through making the right Will for you and your family circumstances whilst you are an expat in the UAE and after.
Your expat Will
- Revoke previous Wills
- Appoint Executors
- Appoint Guardians (if required)
- Children’s trust (if required)
- Bequests & Legacies
- Reserve beneficiaries
- First year storage included
- Free updates whilst in storage