When it comes to estate planning for Muslims, it can be challenging to address complex yet crucial matters while keeping to religious requirements. You should seek advice from a finance professional who has knowledge of the Singapore civil and Syariah laws to help you make informed decisions.
Estate planning is a difficult process for most and requires attention to detail in order to draw up a well thought through plan, to ensure that your loved ones are well taken care of and your assets distributed according to your wishes. Islamic Estate Planning comes with its specific set of challenges; how can one address the crucial financial matters while adhering and respecting the sacred law?
Join us at this upcoming session where respected speaker Mr Sadali Rasban will be taking you through the details and process of Islamic Estate Planning. Some common questions about Muslim Estate Planning that will be addressed during this session:
- Is Faraid and Wassiyah the only tool to distribute my estate to my loved ones upon death?
- Will my wife get her share of the assets accumulated jointly during the marriage as Harta Sepencarian?
Take this great opportunity to learn more from our esteemed speaker Mr Sadali Rasban. Equipped with decades of experience and knowledge pertaining to Islamic Estate Planning, he will guide you through the different mechanisms in asset transfer upon death. During this session, he will cover both civil and Muslim law asset transfer mechanisms. This will also include the Fatawa and its impact on the planning based on Muslim law.
Mark your calendar on:
Dates: 11 March 2017, Saturday
Time: 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Fees: 61 Robinson Road, #15-02, Robinson Centre
To sign up and reserve your slot, kindly contact us at 6438 2600 or email us at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you at this seminar.
About the Speaker:
Mr Sadali Rasban holds several Diplomas and 2 Masters Degrees in Conventional and Islamic Finance, and has written more than 25 books on Muslim law and estate planning, in both Malay and English language. He advises Muslims on Islamic financial and estate planning including asset transfer deeds (wills, gifts, etc.). He also assists clients in obtaining Letters of Administration/ Probate, and provides consultation to ensure smooth estate distribution.
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