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Islamic Inheritance Calculator


Wassiyyah's team is working on rolling out an Islamic inheritance calculator, which will be available shortly. Wassiyyah's inheritance calculator features will be as follows, and you can see the design below.

  • Calculate Muslims' inheritance with push buttons similar to other calculators but with an intuitive and modern interface responsive to all devices and browsers.

  • It will be available in the world's most spoken languages.

  • Calculate Muslims Inheritance based on all Sunni Madhab, including Hanafi, Shafii, Maliki, and Hanbali.

  • You could print an Islamic Inheritance certificate based on your family situation.

  • Prominent Islamic scholars with years of experience in Islamic succession law will approve it.

Until our calculator is available, you can use the following available calculator online.


Few important points to remember regarding Islamic Inheritance law and calculators.​

  • Four Islamic inheritance law sources (Holy Quran, Sunnah, Ijma, and Qiyas) account for calculations. 
  • Calculations for Radd and Awwal are applied based on the total share. If the total share is more than one, all shares must be proportionally reduced (i.e., Awwal doctrine). If the total share is less than one and the residuary does not survive, all shares must be proportionally increased (i.e., Radd doctrine).

  • The final Islamic inheritance shares must account for after deducting debts (loans, mortgages, etc.), expenses (burial cost, administration for executors and trustees, legal expenses), obligatory religious debts, taxes, and testamentary bequests (Al-wasiyyah).

  • Not all calculators are the same, and the methodology may differ from one another to some extent.

  • Calculators may be prone to errors due to relying on computer programming codes. It is strongly recommended to verify the result with knowledgeable Islamic scholars if you want to utilize it from an estate planning point of view, for example, during Probate processing or Trust settlements before estate distributions.

  • Most calculators incorporate shares for fixed or prescribed sharers (Ashab al-Furudh) and Residuary (al-Asabat).

  • Most calculators display the results in fractions, percentages (%), or both.

  • No calculator on the web provides calculations for Distant kindred (Dhawul Arham). There are four classes of Distant kindred.

  • Some of the calculators incorporate the Islamic jurisprudence (i.e., Hanafi, Shafii, Maliki, and Hanbali) differences of opinions.

  • Calculators do not require prior knowledge and can be used by individuals, lawyers, judges, or scholars for learning purposes.

  • Wassiyyah did not verify any errors or mistakes in the calculators.


If you want to learn more about Islamic Inheritance or succession law, we encourage you to visit HERE. Wassiyyah academy offers an Islamic inheritance course that you can sign up HERE. The course is free for Premium members. Premium membership comes with many benefits.

If you are confused or don't know where to start, please JOIN US​ to receive your free E-Book, "Beginners guide to Islamic estate planning," specially designed for those who want to complete their estate plan most easily.

If you want to start an Islamic estate plan, click HERE.

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