Muslim Wills: Exploring the Intersection of Wills and Islamic Laws

A Muslim will, commonly referred to as an "Islamic will" or "wasiyyah," is a legal instrument that dictates the distribution of a person's assets upon their death. It is a means of safeguarding the rights of beneficiaries and ensuring that the deceased's wishes are upheld in accordance with both Islamic teachings and the legal frameworks of the jurisdiction in which the will is executed.