I reside in Pennsylvania. My grandfather passed away a few years ago. My sister is an attorney and one of three executors of the estate. The other two are my mother and my uncle. They say that there is only a handwritten will. I am one of five mentioned in the will. They have also been procrastinating for years with it. I'm considering getting an attorney, but I have been told y friends that the handwritten will might not mean anything legally and might be a waste of time. Is there anyway to find out if there is another will, one that may have been filed? Is the handwritten will worth anything?
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Aristotle Onassis had left behind a handwritten will. As I recall it was worth a lot, What sort f attorney is your sister? Who are the beneficiaries? It would be a good idea to talk to an attorney.