Once a Will is filed with the Probate Court, it is an open record. Thus, your brother could review the Will at the Probate Court or hire an attorney to do so.
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We don't pick our family! The Will is part of the public record, open to inspection. And the burden on your brother is very high, if he chooses to file a caveat proceeding.
Yes, its an available record. Your brother is an interested party so he is entitled to notice even though not named in the will (that's the law in almost every state). Does the will have weight? Of course, that's why you have one. Can he contest it anyway? Of course, but doesn't mean he has a leg to stand on. You should be represented by counsel if you expect an issue.
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