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Asked on: 7/12/13, 10:42 pm

My grandfather passed away in Ohio. When he wrote the will he had two children, 4 grandchildren (all living). My grandfather and his son got angry at each other and did not speak for 4 years (until the day before his son's death). My grandfather listed his children in the will, but left everything to his daughter--stating specifically that "if I do not leave property to one or more of my children whom I have identifies above, my failure to do so is intentional." Everything was left to his daughter, and her two children if she did not survive. In going to have the deed transferred to my grandfather to my mother, the clerk said that my deceased uncle's two children needed to be given notice of probate of will. If their father was disinherited, wouldn't they also be considered disinherited?

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