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Wills contain important information about who receives money, possessions, and property upon a person’s death. Many often ask, who can view this information, and is it a public record? Once your will goes through probate, it becomes a public record. The probate court must maintain the will so that the public can access it. Anyone can visit the probate court to view the will, regardless of whether they are an heir or beneficiary. For a fee, they can obtain a copy. In some counties, wills are…By: Mandelbaum Barrett PC
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