Testament and in-heritage – for non-Muslim Danes in the UAE
Lotte Wagner, Liv & Lov can help with a Danish will to expat Danes that are adapted to local conditions. The offer applies to wills prepared while she is in Dubai. Book time for a meeting directly with Lotte at email@example.com.
Lotte Wagner also likes to come to your company and hold a short (45 min) presentation on the subject. The international inheritance and family law are complicated, and few ordinary people are aware of how they are situated if a problem should occur. In the UAE, there is a combination of local law and Sharia law, and completely new in 2015, non-Muslims can also secure their assets in the UAE with a local will. In 45 minutes, you can become a little wiser about how you best ensure your closest and what the Danish will should contain, including the pedigree and their conditions of validity.
As a resident of Dubai, your residence will be shared by Sharia law if an unfortunate vent should occur. A Danish woman who is married to a Danish man, has a daughter and a son inherit 1/8 of the total fortune according to Sharia law if an unfortunate event takes place and the husband dies. If they lived in Denmark, she could sit in the unchanged living, or she could inherit up to 15/16 of the unifying fortune if they had property community and had written will.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +45 51 23 27 28 for a free (skype) review of your situation and hear what opportunities you have with a Danish homeland testament in combination with Sharia law as well as the children’s will and Appointment of Interim Guardians”
There is a 30% discount on the list price of a Danish homeland testament with child’s will to members of DBWD, so your price will be AED 4.100, –
(This award does not include “appointment of interim guardians” and any advice on securing local assets.
DKK 300, – must also be paid to the Notary in Denmark).
Order now for a personal interview now at email@example.com.