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Please note that for drafting a Will for an individual who is following Muslim religion, the
succession/inheritance laws will apply as per Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) and more
specifically as applicable to sect of your religion like Shias, Sunnis etc. which are
generally different for each individual/family. The online / automatic WILL drafting is
difficult for the user who is following Muslim religion due to followings:
Succession of a Muslim individual is decided based on four sources of Islamic
laws: (a) The Holy Koran; (b) The Sunna; (c) The Ijma; (d) The Qiya.
Muslim laws recognises two types of heirs : (a) Sharers and (b) Residuaries. The
share taken by sharer (Husband, Wife, Son, Daughter) will fluctuate in certain
Rule of Awl and Radd for arithmetical sum of the fractional shares to each
There is no concept of Ancestral Property or right by birth in case of Muslim
In Muslim Law, a son to be legitimate must be the offspring of a man and his wife
or that of a man and his slave.
Legitimacy of child and percentage is only established in the real father and
mother of a child, and only if they beget the child in lawful matrimony.
Due to above reasons, any user following a Muslim religion may avail our Customised
Will drafting services for which please click here.