Personal details

Personal details Your Spouse or Partner

Assets in U.A.E Your Assets as at the date of your will

1 : PROPERTIES

A : Property No 1


B : Property No 2


2 : BANK ACCOUNTS

A : Bank Account No 1

B : Bank Account No 2

C : Bank Account No 3

3: Vehicle/ Boats

4 : BUSINESS

A : Type of Legal Entity

B : Type of Legal Entity

5 : What other assets do you own in the U.A.E

FOREIGN ASSETS

If "YES" Please give the following details.
Details of asset(s) (i.e what the asset is. country held in and who is owned by).

DEPENDANTS

Please provide the details of all your children, including any children from previous relationships

CHILD 1

CHILD 2

CHILD 3

CHILD 4


IMMEDIATE FAMILY

Please provide the details of your immediate Family other than your Children (already provided in another page)

HIS FAMILY

HER FAMILY, IF APPLICABLE


EXECUTORS / TRUSTEES

Executors are the people you appoint to deal with your estate after your death. We recommend that you appoint two Executors,at least one of them preferrably located in you Country of Origin / Domicile / Nationality. Does not need to be a law firm.

GUARDIANS

If you have minor children (that is, Children under the age of 18 years in most Commonwealth jurisdictions, or under the age of 21 in the U.A.E), In the event of the death of you and your child's other parent simultaneously, you may wish to appoint a Guardian/s to look after them

GIFTS

Many peoples choose to make gifts of money or special items to those close to them. These are known as "legacies". What is left of your possessions after you have made these gifts is known as "residue".

If 'No' go to the next section entitled "Residue".

1ST LEGACY

Name and address of person or organization to whom you wish to make a gift, along with the amount or description

2ND LEGACY

Name and address of person or organization to whom you wish to make a gift, along with the amount or description

3RD LEGACY

Name and address of person or organization to whom you wish to make a gift, along with the amount or description

RESIDUARY ESTATE

The 'residue' of your estate is what is left after liabilities, taxes and any gifts listed in the previous sections have been paid. You must now consider who will receive the 'residue' of your estate. The possibilities are endless, but we have identified the four most common ways of dealing with the 'residue' of an estate. Read them carefully and choose which best suits you. If you are in any doubt, please use the Additional Information section (See next page) to let us know and we will contact you to explain further. CHOOSE ANY ONE OF A, B, C, OR D

  1. I wish to leave all the 'residue' of my estate to my partner. But if he/she dies before me, then equally between all my children.
  2. I wish to leave all the 'residue' of my estate to my partner. but if he/ she dies before me, to the people named below in equal shares.
  3. I whish to leave all the 'residue' of my estate to my partner but if he/ she dies before me, to the people named below in the percentage indicated.
  4. I whish to leave all the 'residue' of my estate to the person(s) or organizations listed below in the percentage indicated.

COMPLETE DETAILS FOR RESIDUE OF YOUR ESTATE

Residue 1
Residue 2
Residue 3
Residue 4
Residue 5
Residue 6

FUNERAL INSTRUCTIONS

You can complete this section if you have any particular preferences.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please use the space provided below for any special instructions or information you feel may be relevant for the preparation of your Will(s). For instance, Such information may include your intention to marry in the near future or the fact that you have previously been