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== == File a request with the probate court to obtain a copy of the will and any other pertinent documents that have been presented to the court. POAs become null and void upon the death of the grantor.

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Do executors have the right to know will before death of person?

An executor has to have the will in order to be able to execute it, and if you don't give the executor a copy of your will while you are still alive, you certainly are not going to be able to give him a copy after you are dead, at least, not unless you have a preliminary executor whose function is to give the will to the actual executor - which is really a needless complication.


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The executor is responsible to the court. Anyone with an interest in the case can present his concerns to the probate judge. The executor does not owe anyone anything. No one can tell the executor to do anything. If the probate judge instructs the executor to give you a copy of the report, you will get a copy of the report. If you do not present your concerns to the probate court, you are Sadly Out of Luck.


Can siblings see a will if only one is executor?

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Does the executor work for the beneficiary?

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Can a executor refuse to give a copy of probate and the will to the beneficiaries?

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Can you give a sentence for the word executor?

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Does the executor have to show the will to the heirs?

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Is the executor entitled to the whole estate?

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What do I do if the executor of my father's estate will not give me any accounting information?

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