All IEPs must adhere to the company’s code of ethics and are professionally trained not to divulge the client’s information to an unauthorized third party, just like a lawyer and client relationship and that of a doctor and patient. More importantly, Wasiat-writing is the bread and butter of the IEP, thus he/she is not about to jeopardize that. The only persons who know the contents of the your Wasiat will be the IEP and the Legal Syari’ah Advisors of the company. If information is divulged to an unauthorized third party, the company will terminate the contract of the IEP concerned and his name and photo will be advertised to say that he is no longer an IEP, in addition to any possible legal action taken by you.
Moreover, the Wasiat is only valid after you pass on, i.e. you can always rewrite your Wasiat.
Although you may not have much to give away now, writing a Wasiat is more about fulfilling an important aspect of Islam as reflected in the sunnah as narrated by Abdullah bin Umar R.A.
Moreover, over the years your assets may grow and our Wasiat can cover future assets without re-writing it if you do not wish to do so. Besides, if you have minor children, you can also appoint Guardians for their property through a Wasiat.