What does the Qur’an say about wills?

In the Qu’ran, Allah directed Muslims to make a will:

It has been ordained upon you, when death is near one of you, leaving wealth behind, to make a will in favor of parents and close relatives, impartially. This is incumbent upon the pious.—Qu’ran 2:180

After deducting any bequests you may bequeath, or any debts.—Qur’an 4:11

When death draws near one of you and it is time to make a bequest.—Qur’an 5:106

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