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My grandfather passed away 5 months ago and I have recently received a letter from an attorney asking me to sign a waiver of notice of probate will. I am unsure exactly what this form entails and have made numerous requests to the attorney on record who sent the waiver requesting a copy of my grandfather's will, and was told that I am not legally able to access his will?? This form was sent to my uncle, brother and I ( My dad has been deceased for a year). It is my understanding that I should have legal access to the will since I am being notified as a next of kin? I have spoke to my grandmother and my uncle who are telling me this form is incorrect and since my grandmother recently changed her will, I am just being notified that I am now listed in her will!I have also contacted the probate court in the county in which my grandfather passed and the will has not yet been filed and is not on record at the probate office. Also, my uncle is the executor of my grandfather's estate, who in my understanding is the person who notifies beneficiaries. When asked if he had a copy of the will, I was told he burnt it?!