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Draft Your Dubai & Abu Dhabi Wills with CorpLex Corporate Services

When planning for the future, having a will is an essential document. A will ensures that your assets and properties are distributed according to your wishes after you pass away. While many people understand the importance of having a will, most do not know how to draft one properly. This is why CorpLex Corporate Services offers professional services for drafting a will in UAE.

Secure Your Legacy with Wills in Dubai

You have worked hard for your assets, and naturally, you will want to ensure everything’s taken care of the way you wish to after your passing. That is precisely why our team is dedicated to delivering wills Dubai residents can trust. We are all about giving you peace of mind and ensuring your loved ones are looked after. And with our expertise and knowledge of local laws, we guarantee that your will is valid and enforceable. Apart from drafting wills, we can also assist you with a range of services, including company formation in Dubai, accounting and bookkeeping and more.

Why Choose Us to Draft Your Will in UAE?

We are not just another run-of-the-mill legal services provider. We genuinely care about each of our clients, and we ensure that their needs are met with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality. Here are some reasons why you should choose CorpLex Corporate Services for drafting your will in Dubai, UAE:

  1. Experienced Lawyers: Our team of lawyers has years of experience in drafting wills and dealing with inheritance matters in the UAE.
  2. Local Knowledge: As a local firm, we have an in-depth understanding of UAE laws and regulations, ensuring that each will is drafted per local requirements.
  3. Tailored Solutions: We understand that each client’s needs are unique and offer tailored solutions to meet their specific requirements when drafting a will.
  4. Affordable: Our services are competitively priced, making it accessible for everyone to secure their legacy with a legally binding will.
  5. Efficient Process: We understand that time is of the essence when it comes to drafting a will, which is why we have an efficient and streamlined process in place to ensure your will is drafted and executed promptly.

DIFC Wills – Why is Having One so Important?

In the United Arab Emirates, the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) offers a unique legal framework for individuals to register and protect their assets through a will. Here is why having a DIFC will is crucial:

  1. Applies to Non-Muslims: The DIFC will allows non-Muslims to bypass Sharia law and have their assets distributed according to their wishes.
  2. Different Kinds of Wills: You can choose between a full DIFC will, which covers all your assets in the UAE, or a specific will, which only applies to certain assets.
  3. Dedicated Probate Center: The DIFC Courts Wills Service Center has a specialized section solely for the probate process, guaranteeing seamless execution following the testator’s passing.
  4. Inclusion of Multiple Jurisdictions in the Will: You can include your international assets in one comprehensive will – no need for separate wills for each country where you own assets. Simplify your asset protection and avoid unnecessary hassle.


Can I make changes to my DIFC will after it has been registered?

Yes, you can make amendments or revoke your DIFC will at any time as long as it follows the prescribed legal procedures.

Are DIFC wills valid in other emirates or countries?

Depending on the laws of each specific jurisdiction, your DIFC will may be recognized and enforced. It’s important to consult with a legal professional to ensure your assets are protected according to your wishes in different locations.

What is the cost of preparing a will in UAE?

The cost will vary depending on the complexity of your assets and individual circumstances. It’s best to consult with a legal professional for an accurate quote.

Do I need a DIFC will if I already have one in my home country?

While having a will in your home country is important, it may not cover all your UAE assets. It’s recommended to have a DIFC will for any assets located in the country to ensure proper protection and execution.

How long does it take to register a will in UAE?

The registration process usually takes around 7-10 business days, but can vary depending on the complexity of the will and any legal procedures that need to be followed. It’s best to consult with a legal professional for an accurate timeline based on your specific circumstances.
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