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Richard Smith BSc (Hons), TEP

Richard Smith BSc (Hons), TEP

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Write Your Dubai Will With Charterhouse Lombard

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The importance of having a Will in place cannot be overstated. Particularly, if you’re an expat living in the UAE.

Should you pass away without a Will, your estate will be divided in accordance with Sharia law – which may not be in line with your wishes.

Charterhouse Lombard makes Will writing easy. We’ll guide you through every step of the process.

Our service starts with a detailed questionnaire which is used to create a first draft of your Will. Next, you are invited to make any amendments that you wish.

Once all parties are happy, we can arrange a meeting at the Wills Service Centre to sign and register your Will. You will then receive a copy for your records.

To find out more, or start the Will writing process,click here to request a call with a member of our team.

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