They can certainly request a copy, but they aren't entitled to see a copy of mother's will while mother is still alive. If she's declared incompetent, the siblings should contact an attorney, at least for a short free consultation. I work in your area, and would be happy to discuss this with you further.
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You don't have the right to see someone's will just because you think that you might (or might not) be a beneficiary in it. Once she passes away, the will shall go through probate, and you will have the opportunity to review it, and, if you think it necessary, to contest it. You should consult with a probate attorney if this happens.
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A copy can be requested but does not need to be provided. If you believe someone has taken advantage of your mom, the only way to address that before she dies is through a conservatorship proceeding. That can be expensive, so you need to weigh the costs and benefits of initiating that process. You should meet with an Elder Law attorney to determine, what, if anything should be done.
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