Last year my dad past away. We went up to lawyers office a few days later to get estate process started and sign papers for the trust. Didn't read the papers then completely, so a few months ago asked attorney for copies of the papers I had signed. He refused, forget reason why now. Will be traveling up their in a few weeks, would like to get copies. Is their any legal reason why I can't get copies, do I have a legal right to get copies of the papers I signed?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You have a right to anything you signed. If you are refused, you need to consult with another attorney.