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there are 3 surviving siblings from the death of the man (his

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there are 3 surviving siblings from the death of the man (his wife is already dead)who was father of one sibling and step father to the 2 remaining siblings (the mother of the two siblings married the father of the other sibling). the sibling whose father died was named as sole beneficiary.
do the other two sibilings who were step daughters have any rights to property or assets?
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No, the step daughters have no legal rights to the estate unless provision is made for them in the will.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

is it possible to see the will in some public arena

If Confirmation has been applied for a copy of the will is kept at the local sheriff clerk's office. You should go to the commissary section.
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