What is a Will?
A Will is arguably the most important legal document that you will ever create in your life. A Will:
- directs how your property will be managed and distributed; and
- provides for the care of your minor children, after your death.
If you are a non-Muslim expat in the UAE, a validly written Will could be the only possible way to expect your wishes to be respected in respect of your assets and children.
Requirement of Will in UAE
Types of UAE Wills
- Types of UAE Wills
- 5 reasons for making a DIFC Will
- 3 considerations for your Will in Dubai
- Register your DIFC Will from Home
- Make a Will in Ras Al Khaimah
Things to Consider
- What is a Will?
- Why do I need a Will in UAE?
- What is a Notary Public Will?
- What is a DIFC Will?
- What is a Legal Inz’s online Will form?
- What is a Single Will?
- What are Mirror Wills?
- Are the bank accounts frozen at death?
- What is a probate?
- Distribution of real estate in the UAE
- What if I already have a Will in my home country?
- Who is the executor?
- Who can be a beneficiary?
- What are the typical assets passed in a Will?
- The case of life insurance
- The case of shares in companies
- Appointing guardians in a Will
- Resolving debts in a Will
- Can I amend my Will?
- Is it possible for me to withdraw my Will in UAE?
- Is there any inheritance tax in the UAE?