The wii would have to be filed if anything had to be probated.
It then becomes a public record which you would have access to.
If they destroyed an existing will because they did not like the the contents-that
would be a crime but you would have to prove it existed.
You could put an ad in the local Bar association paper asking if any attorney
has knowledge or copies of their wills.
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.
Mr. Pippen's answer is correct: 1. search home, 2. search probate records, 3. inquire of local attorneys.
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You will be notified of the probate by the executor and then you will have a chance to object. It would be helpful to have an attorney assist you in this matter as it may get complicated.