Al Yusra Islamic Will


Islamic Will (Wasiyya) – Only RM290

The Importance of Creating An Islamic Will

The importance of the Islamic Will (Wasiyya) is clear from a number of hadith, such as the one quoted below. Observance with the Islamic laws of Inheritance carries the potential of great blessing and mercy from our Creator, as mentioned in Surah An-Nisa. The Islamic laws of Inheritance provide for a specific distribution as mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah Syafie, Hanbali, Maliki and Hanafi and codified by scholars. However, unless you make a valid Islamic Will, your estate will not be distributed following Islamic laws of Inheritance, and you will not be able to leave Wasiyya.

The Wasiyya is the portion of up to a third of your estate. Which you can leave to anyone who does not automatically inherit under the Islamic laws of Inheritance. Your Al Yusra Islamic Will is stored securely in the cloud, and you can make as many changes to it as you want without being charged. Only pay a small fee to print the updated Will.


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Fully Compliant Islamic Will

With our simple 3 step process

1. REGISTER

Register by completing your details such as full name, email address and create a password

2. ADD YOUR DETAILS

Create your Will by filling in your details according to the guides in the templates

3. PAY AND PRINT

At checkout make payment for the Will, print your Will and get it signed in front of 2 witnesses


Al Yusra’s Key Features

Personal Details

Including, do you communicate in the language used in the portal? If the answer is no, then your Will records Who is interpreting in a language you understand? for your protection.

Guardians

Choose the guardians for your children

Administrator(s) / Executors

Administrator(s) / Executors – In the unlikely event that no one is available In accordance with Islamic law, we have provided the option Majority or All must agree

Beneficiaries

Add beneficiaries and choose if you want the recommended share allocation printed in the final Will or left blank for your local Faraid Council to manually add the correct percentage. Calculations are taken from our unique Faraid algorithm that follows the Holy Quran distribution guide.

  • Somebody can leave additional beneficiaries clause – a maximum of one-third of your estate can be left to whomever you wish – this may include friends and family not entitled to inherit under Sharia.

Medical

Medical, mechanical support clause – In the event it is medically certified that your body cannot function without mechanical support, do you wish to be placed on any form of life support machine

Assets and Sedekah

Include gifts of property, money, or anything else, with the option for the gift to be given as Sedekah. This also has the facility to add replacement beneficiaries for the gift.

Anti Fraud

Photo ID Verification including unique reference printed on the Will

Supporting Documents

Free additional supporting documents including

  • My Debts – What I owe, debts that must be settled before the distribution of assets
  • My Debtors – What is owed to me
  • Trusts – What is kept/held on trust by me
  • Unfulfilled Obligations – including Fidyah, To pay Kaffarah, To pay Diyah, To pay unperformed hajj, Unaccomplished urban or other Wajib, any other owing or obligation that is unfulfilled
  • List your assets – for the purpose of probate
  • Location of important documents
  • Do not resuscitate form


Built in Faraid Algorithm

Use our built-in Faraid Algorithm to automatically allocate the appropriate appointment of your estate

Fully Compliant

Fully compliant and backed by Islamic Scholars to comply with the Quran and Sunnah Syafie, Hambali, Maliki and Hanafi

Designed with you in mind

All your changes are saved automatically in the cloud and your data is stored on our fully secure servers

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “It is not permissible for any Muslim who has something to will to stay for two nights without having his last will and testament written and kept ready with him”

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, al-Wasaayaa 2533

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