It seems a little tardy on your part at this time but go to the Clerk of the Court office in the county of the decedent residence. They may have a probate dept. Ask the Clerk to pull the file under the decedent name. It is public information. You can also have the Clerk copy any pages of the Last Will & Testament for $1 per page for your personal records. That Will will answer your questions as to any inheritance that he may have given you.
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Go to the State/locality where probate was opened and review the file. Also, call around to family and learn more about your grandfather's circumstance and death.
Of course, raising the issue five years after the fact, and with the obvious motive of rooting out money, won't endear you to others in the family.Ask a similar question
A probate proceeding would have been commenced in the county which was your grandfather's grandfather's domicile at the time of his death. This would be public information and you go to the probate clerk and ask to review the file. However a probate proceeding probably was not initiated if he did not own any assets in his individual name. Hope this helps.Ask a similar question