My mother is now close to 79 years old and has a fairly large estate. My sister claims my mother changed her will because she doesn't like the way I have "been living." So I called my mother's long time attorney and asked him for a copy of the last will and he said no. If I'm an heir to my mother's estate, and I think I still am, shouldn't I be able to get a copy of the will or of her trust for that matter? I believe there may be a trust involved also. If my sister is talking my mother into changing her estate planning documents I feel like I should be able to see what is going on. What is the law in Massachusetts on this?
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Attorney won't give me copy of last will and trust
Friday, September 16, 2011 - 09:34 | Author: Chapper | Comments (1)