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Act now to protect your family with a UAE Will.

Notary Public Wills
AED 2,799
AED 1,299
AED 3,999
AED 1,799
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AED 3,399
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AED 3,999
AED 2,499
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3 Simple Steps - Will writing services for Dubai and rest of UAE

Simple form Step 1

Choose the type of Will and fill out our simple form in about 10 minutes.

DraftingStep 2

You will receive the Will(s) drafted by our lawyers by email.

Receive your Will(s)Step 3

We will finalise your Will(s) and guide you on signing and registration.

To complete your UAE Wills, our simple form requires you to answer a few questions such as:

  • Names of your family
  • Who will get your property
  • Who will act as guardian for your children

Filling in our form is completely free. You will only be required to make payment upon completing the form if you wish to go ahead with preparing the Wills.

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Helping you decide between Notary Public and DIFC Wills
Notary Public Wills

UAE courts adhere to Sharia Law in respect of the distribution of assets of a non-muslim UAE expat where he or she dies without a Will in place. The UAE law allows the non-Muslims to choose the laws of their home country to apply to their inheritance. This can be done through a clearly drafted Will.

So, having a Will is mandatory in the UAE.

These Wills are signed before the Notary Public (Courts) in the respective Emirates. This option is suitable for individuals having assets in:

Abu Dhabi

Dubai

Sharjah

Ras Al Khaimah

Ajman

Fujairah

Umm Al-Quwain

The Sharia Law may still apply to the Wills made by non-Muslims disposing of their real estate in the UAE. If you own real estate in Dubai and/or Ras Al Khaimah or want certainty on the implementation of your wishes in Dubai and/or Ras Al Khaimah, the best way forward is to register your Will with DIFC Wills & Probate Registry.

DIFC Wills & Probate Registry Wills

Only for individuals with assets in Dubai and/or Ras Al Khaimah

DIFC Wills & Probate Registry has been set up specifically to cater for the requirements of non-Muslims owning assets in Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah.

Benefits of registering a Will with DIFC

1. The registration will give you assurance on the distribution of movable and immovable assets as per your wishes

2.  Legal regime is clear and unambiguous

3.  Probate process is simplerquicker and cheaper than other court processes in the UAE

Eligibility Criteria

1. You must be a non-Muslim and over 21 years

2. Your assets must be situated in Dubai and/or Ras Al Khaimah

Service is available for both residents and non-residents

Read our Article on 5 reasons for registering a Will with DIFC Wills & Probate Registry

Related links: Visit DIFC Wills & Probate Registry‘s website. See the DIFC Wills launch news covered by Dubai One.

Why Choose our will writing services for Dubai and rest of UAE?

  • Our lawyers have world-class experience in estate planning matters in the UAE and other international jurisdictions.
  • Our state-of-the-art portal saves your precious time and allows you to initiate and finalise your Will without leaving your home/office.
  • Our will writing services for Dubai and rest of the UAE include changes to your draft Will within 6 months after signing. This will give you necessary peace of mind on drafting fee if your situation changes after signing your Will.
  • We prepare the draft Will within three (3) working days after you have filled in our online form.
  • We provide lifetime support to all our clients availing our will writing services.

Helping you choose between Single and Mirror Wills

Single Will

A single Will is suitable for an individual and is typically prepared for someone who is not married. A married individual may also request a single Will where his/her spouse does not have any assets in the UAE (such as bank account or other property) at all.

In a single Will, you can make specific gifts of money or property or leave the entire property to any person you like. A single Will allows you to appoint guardians for children, leave gifts to specific people and also to express any other wishes.

Mirror Wills

Mirror Wills are basically 2 individual single Wills and are appropriate for married couples either having assets in individual or joint names. You save money by requesting the Mirror Wills rather than as two single Wills.

In Mirror Wills, each spouse can make specific gifts of money or property or leave each of their entire property to any person they like. Mirror Wills cover distribution of property, guardianship, appointment of executors and provisions for specific gifts.

We Come to You

Many of our expat clients are working couples and do not find spare time during the week days for various important personal issues. These clients have shown great interest in putting in place their Wills in the UAE. Given the demand, we have launched exclusive service to help our clients write their Wills in the UAE. Our specialist lawyers are now happy to meet you at your preferred location on Saturdays. The lawyers are glad to answer any queries you have in relation to the UAE in the UAE and take instructions for preparing your Will on the spot.

 

What if I do not have a UAE Will?

UAE courts adhere to Sharia law in respect of the distribution of assets of a non-muslim UAE expat where he or she dies without a Will in place.

The UAE law allows the non-Muslims to choose the laws of his or her home country to apply to their inheritance. This can be done through a clearly drafted Will. So, having a Will is mandatory in the UAE. Non-Muslim UAE expats or individuals otherwise having assets in the UAE must either register their Wills with the Notary Public or the DIFC Wills & Probate Registry. Click here to to find out which of the two (2) options you should choose.

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