My moms will
UPDATED: Oct 1, 2022
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My moms will
Hi im jodi sarmiento i never saw my moms
will she died in 2010 and i still never
got to see it. We are all aloud to see
the will and my brothers and sisters
never showed me because we dont talk
much and im in new york and they are in
florida and thats where my mom passed so
its hard. Is there anyway to see the
will can you please let me know.
Asked on October 15, 2018 under Estate Planning, New York
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
At this point, the Will should have been probated. This means that you (or anyone else for that matter), has a right to see it as her Will is now a matter of public record. Contact the probate court in the county in which your mother was domicled when she died; for a nominal fee you can get a copy.
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