Go to the county probate court for the county in which your grandfather lived. Ask them to see the file on his probate. The will and all accounts that executors are required to submit should be in that file. If you believe you have been wronged, you have the right to file an objection.
Do you know for certain that your grandfather had a will? If he instead opted for a trust, then you will need to directly communicate with your father, demanding a copy of the trust.
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I agree with Mr. Meyers answer. The entire file should be in the Surrogates or Probate Court and you should have access to it.
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I think a few assumptions are being made here that I'd like you to clarify. Was the farm in Illinois also your grandfather's home? Or was he a Florida resident?Ask a similar question