Inherited Property Lawyers
Inherited Property Lawyers In Dubai
If you are an expat living in the UAE, we believe that you should consider getting a will. This is especially true for Non-Muslim residents who have real estate in this country. The year 2020 and the pandemic have shown us that no one can be 100% safe. To make sure your loved ones don’t have to go through disputes about inherited property, lawyers recommend drafting a proper last testament.
Sharia Law Of Inheritance For Expats
Since 2020 Non-Muslim citizens have been able to choose the laws of their countries and nationalities. However, if you have any real estate in the UAE, the Sharia law of inheritance is still applied in cases when the deceased did not take care of the property. This means all the assets are inherited in ratios by all the blood relatives.
So, if you want to be confident the personal estate goes to particular people, the testament is the best way to manage the inherited property. Lawyers who specialize in family and inheritance legislation should write a proper document to give you peace of mind and prevent possible challenges.
Why Correct Will Is Important?
To ensure your last testament is carried out the way you want it, you must have a legal paper that is drafted correctly and is not going to be challenged. The only way this can be guaranteed is by hiring a solicitor. Even though the services of solicitors seem expensive, having an invalid document may end up being quite costly for your family. Court fees in case of disputes about inherited property, lawyers’ services, etc. might cost a fortune and destroy the relationships among the relatives.
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How Our Lawyers In Dubai Can Help
With years of experience in inheritance legislation, our team of solicitors nearby has helped many Non-Muslim families in Dubai draft proper testaments and resolve possible issues. We know all the most common errors which lead to disputes, and we ensure none are present in the wills we write. So, if you are not sure about how your assets might be divided in case of your demise, do not assume the regulations of your country may be applied. Let a qualified solicitor near you explain the legislation and prepare a document tailored to you and your needs in order to protect your loved ones.