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What makes Islamic Wills Unique?

Firstly, the cost of funeral expenses and any debts must be paid before any of the estate is distributed.
Secondly, a Muslim may leave up to 1/3 of their estate to any charities or individuals who are not an heir under the Shariah. This is known as a Bequest.
Thirdly, the remainder of the estate is distributed to the surviving relatives in their fixed shares in accordance with the Shariah – Answered by Ms. Madeeha Dani (Solicitor)

Can an Islamic Will be compatible with English Law?

English Law allows a person the total freedom in giving their estate to anyone they wish, on their death, therefore there is no issue with a Muslim specifying that they want their estate to be distributed in accordance with the Shariah.
The Will should, however comply with the requirements of English Law to make it valid. Therefore, the Will should be in writing and the person making the Will should be 18 years or over and of sound mind. The Will should confirm that it is the last Will and any previous Wills are revoked. The Will should also be signed by the person in front of two witnesses who are over 18 years of age, but these witnesses should not be a beneficiary or married to a beneficiary of the Will. Finally, the Will should appoint Executors, who will be the people administrating the distribution of the estate on death, in accordance with the Will. Answered by Ms. Madeeha Dani (Solicitor)

Can I claim compensation If I was a victim of terrorism abroad?

You may be able to claim compensation if the incident happened after 27 Nov 2012, and one of the following apply:
• you were injured physically or mentally in a specific act of terrorism
• you were a witness to a specific act of terrorism where a loved one was injured
• you’re the partner or close family member of someone killed in a specific act of terrorism
You must also:
• be a British, EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, member of the UK armed forces (or a close relation or family member)
• have lived in the UK for 3 years immediately before the terrorist incident happened

What is the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme?

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme is a government funded scheme designed to compensate blameless victims of violent crime in Great Britain. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA), administer the Scheme and decide all claims. If you were a victim, can in touch and we can help you to make your claim.

Can I change my Name?

In the U.K. you can change your name at any time. Changing your name is a legal matter, which means there isn’t an “official” place where you go to register a change of name. In law, you can simply adopt a new name and start using it. If you want to change your name, get in touch and we will assist you to do so.

What is a company? And who can form a company?

A registered company is a legal entity with a separate identity from those who own or operate it. Most companies are limited liability companies which mean the liability of the members is limited by shares or by guarantee.
One or more persons can form a company for any lawful purpose by subscribing their name(s) to the Memorandum of Association and complying with the legal requirements for incorporation. Those persons who subscribe their names to the Memorandum of Association are known as “subscribers”, and are the first shareholders of the company

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