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If your brother is the executor of the estate, then they would deal with the death certificate, probate etc.
There is no legal obligation to supply a certificate.
You can check with the probate office to see if probate has been granted.
You would also be entitled to see the will once probate is granted.
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Until probate is granted, as a non executor ypu are not entitled to a copy of the will.If he was open, he can give you a copy, nothing to stop him, but not legally required.
Once probate is granted, then it becomes a public document and you can see it.
He may reply to a solicitor if you have one write to him.