"It is decreed for you that when death approaches one of you, if he leaves property, he shall write a will in favour of the parents and relatives equitably" chapter 2, Al-Baqarah verses 180 through 182 which enjoin "(180)
In Islamic society, as in most other societies, inheritance represents the most important method of transferring wealth from one generation to the next.. The Quraan lays down rules that are essentially simple if correctly applied and, above all, It enjoins people to write a will for the equitable disposition of their assets after their death. We help people to create their own Islamic wills. We offer a FREE online template for creating your own Islamic will, while also providing Testators to help you implement this will.