Why should you learn Islamic Inheritance law as a Muslim?

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Many shaikhs, scholars, and Muftis in the field of Islamic ruling agree that the most frequently asked seeking fatawa (i.e., opinion) is regarding an Islamic inheritance, not people are aware of. It's an important field of study for Muslims. You cannot discover beauty unless you learn it. Any efforts you make towards gaining knowledge, including Islamic law, is part of devotion for Muslims. Every moment you spend thinking, learning, and implementing will be rewarding, InshaAllah. It's not only hereafter benefits but the worldly benefit to help you optimize your Islamic estate plan. Why should you learn? The answer is as simple whatever you do in your life has unbreakable connections to your inheritance distribution strategy. Assets you earn through your lifetime efforts, including education, work, or business, moral and financial accountabilities of your family members, religious obligations, and legal consequences; These are all, in the end, summed up to Islamic inheritance law. Lastly, creating an estate planning strategy is part of Ibadah (i.e., worship). You can better plan your estate strategy if you know how Islamic inheritance works. Islamic inheritance law forms the foundation of Islamic estate planning. Watch the following video to get inspiration about Islamic estate planning.



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