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"... let not two nights pass without having written your last will and testament..."

Sahih al-Bukhari

WILL/LEGACY

Build and leave your legacy at Kitrinos Healthcare

Kitrinos relies on the generosity of supporters like you. Without you, we would not have been able to do all the work we have done so far and intend to carry on doing.

 

Your contribution to Kitrinos Healthcare can be continued by leaving a legacy and mentioning Kitrinos Healthcare within your will. Donations from wills holds a crucial role to making our work possible whether it is a residuary gift or pecuniary gift.

  • Residuary gift – you can choose to leave a share, or the whole, of what is left in your estate once you have provided for your loved ones.

  • Pecuniary gift – you can choose to give a gift of a fixed amount of money.

Creating a new will:

We strongly recommend you to speak to a solicitor. Your solicitor will provide all the professional advice you need.

 

Making changes to an existing will:

We also strongly recommend you to speak to a solicitor in regards to making amendments to an existing will which is called a codicil.

 

Our Promise

We will spend your donation to areas of the world that resonates with you the most, if prefered. Please bear in mind that circumstances can change and the prefered area may not be needed in the future. However, your gift will be used efficiently and effectively.

How to leave a gift for Kitrinos Healthcare in your will?

Here is the information you will need upon contacting your solicitor:

Address:

29 Charnwood Ave,

London

SW19 3EJ

Charity Organisation Number: 1172586

If there are any enquires or you are ready to leave us a gift, feel free to contact us via email or speak to our team via telephone (+447908697791).

 

ISLAMIC WILL

Why do I need an Islamic Will?

Islam has placed great emphasis on distributing the wealth of a Muslim in a pre-determined manner upon death. These principles have endured for over fourteen centuries and continue to play a vital role today.

To fulfil an important religious duty

If you die without leaving a Will you are deemed to have died ‘intestate’ and so your wealth will be distributed in accordance with the English rules on intestacy – which do not apply the same criteria as those laid down by the Shari’a. It becomes a necessity to write a will in countries that have a different intestate succession law to the Islamic law.

To consider better financial choices

Making a tax efficient Will can save on the amount of Inheritance Tax your family may have to pay after you die.

It gives you the opportunity to help those less fortunate

By leaving a gift in your Will to a charitable cause – it helps not only the beneficiaries, but can help you too – for sadaqa jariya (ongoing charity) is an action that continues to be rewarded after death.

How to make an Islamic Will?

Like normal wills, we high recommended you to seek advice from your solicitor before making any decisions. You will have to bear in mind the following things (this is just a brief guideline, seek advice for a more detailed list of things to bear in mind):

  1. Value your assets

    • Before you create a Will it is good to make a list of everything you own, this includes your home and its contents, your car and savings etc.

  2. Check if you need professional advice from a solicitor - Highly recommended.

    • Although this is optional, it is still highly recommended because a will is a legal document, especially if complications arise.

  3. Decide on your funeral and burial arrangements.

    • Make sure your funeral and burial arrangements are carried out in accordance with the practises of Islam.

  4. Decide what to leave and to whom

    • After the payment of any taxes, debts, and funeral and administration expenses, up to a maximum of one third of your estate can be left to whomever you wish – this may include friends and family not entitled to inherit under Shari’a, as well as charities.

  5. Choose your witnesses

    • Choosing two Muslim men will be ideal. Under Shari‘a, two women may act as witnesses instead of one man. For the purposes of English law one woman may act as a witness instead of one man. (Note: anyone who will benefit from your Will cannot be taken as a witness. If this does happen, he or she will not be permitted to inherit from you.)

  6. Keep your Will safe

    • Once you have made your Will and it has been signed and witnessed, store it in a safe place or with your solicitor or a trustworthy relative or friend. Make sure that your executor(s) are informed where the original Will is being kept and keep a photocopy for your own records.

  7. Keep your Will up-to-date

    • Review your Will on a regular basis, since changing circumstances – especially your marital situation (marriage, divorce or re-marriage) may affect its validity.

How to leave a gift for Kitrinos Healthcare in your will?

Likewise for standard wills, here is the information you will need upon contacting your solicitor:

Address:

29 Charnwood Ave,

London

SW19 3EJ

Charity Organisation Number: 1172586

If there are any enquires or you are ready to leave us a gift, feel free to contact us via email or speak to our team via telephone (+447908697791).

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