yes i was wondering do i have to be notified if im not in my grandmas will, and do i have the right to be there when it is read.
1 Answer from Attorneys
You will likely not be notified since you are not one of her children. You should be allowed to be present when the will is read as long as no one has an issue with you being there. Do you believe that you are in your grandmother's will?
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