FAQS about WillsOn August 12, 2020 by admin
A will is document which is written by your own choice. The main person can entitle the names in will. The will can define as the documents which is written by the main person and his choice for who will receive his property or assets. This document also represents how it will be divided between the mentioned people. If the main person has children under the age of 18 then he can name someone as their guardian.
If the person dies without writing his own wills in Dubai then there are DC laws which denotes that the property which is owned by the main person is going to be divided with the domestic partner or the children. There are many rules that apply on children and domestic partners. If you leave spouse or your domestic partner, he or she will take the share of your property.
A domestic partner is a person who is registered in government books for example if she or he has RAK offshore company. That he or she lives with you with his or her own choice and will. Two people with the same sex can be registered as domestic partners too. There are rules which are applied in this state like the partners must be above 18 years age. They must be in a committed relationship and they should share their residence. It’s not important if they are married or not. Once the partners entered in as domestic partners this partnership will lasts until it is legally ended.
If you are in a separation with your spouse means you haven’t divorced him or her yet. Then after your death she or he will take the share of your estate and property. There are agreements of sharing and not sharing the wills too. Anyone who is above 18 years old can make a valid and authentic will. Wills have no particular format. It is a document with the expressions of a person that how will his property r assets will be divided and to whom it will be divided. A will can be in hand written form and it could be on a computer or type writer too.
A person must be in calm and polite mood while writing a will. There must be 2 adult witnesses to see the will and also, they must sign the will as the witnesses. If the main person can’t sign the will then he must name someone to sign for him.