It is the duty of a Muslim who has anything to bequeath not to let two nights pass without writing a will about it.

{Sahih al-Bukhari}

Plan for your future

Making a will is something we put at the back of our minds because we don’t want to think about the inevitable. However, having an Islamic will is essential for a Muslim, to ensure your wealth is distributed as prescribed in the Qur’an and Sunnah. Unnecessary family disputes can often be avoided if you make a will. And it’s also how you can leave your final Sadaqah, such as a legacy gift to the East London Mosque. Find out more about the importance of an Islamic will here.

Islamic will writing service

We are delighted to introduce you to our Islamic will writing service, in partnership with Farani Taylor Solicitors ( ), an experienced law firm offering a wide range of services, including Islamic will writing, estate planning and probate, with offices located in Central London, Ilford and Southall.

We offer FREE initial consultations here at the Mosque & Centre. There’s no commitment and no obligation, just the chance to find out more – so why not take the first step today? Available in multi-languages (specify at the time of booking).

Book your FREE appointment by clicking here

or call 020 7650 3000 or email [email protected]


I was looking to get an Islamic Will completed and found the details for Farani Taylor Soicitors via the ELM website. I expected a very complicated process but Zahur made it surprisingly straight forward and explained everything in an easy and understandable manner. Qudsia met with us at the Ilford offices to sign and witness the documents. All very professional and in an efficient manner. Would highly recommend to anyone thinking of getting their will completed. One of our fards complete and peace of mind that our assets will be distributed in accordance with our Islamic faith – Jahanara Hossain.

I found out about the will writing service through the East London Mosque website. I felt confident as Farani Taylor Solicitors were recommended by the mosque. My wife and I arranged our initial meeting with Zahur Chowdhry who is the head of Islamic wills, he was very transparent and professional throughout – Kashem Choudhury.