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You could submit document requests to her pursuant to the court rules governing discovery in the state where the court is or you could file a motion to compel production of these documents if she refuses to provide you with the documents. You have a strong argument that the will is relevant to this matter.
I believe the court would not look favorably upon her draining the $19,000, money which was allegedly supposed to be for your son, unless she could show that she used it all for him. I'm assuming that's unlikely. You could also ask for an accounting of this money, when it was withdrawn, what it was used for, etc. This could help your arguemnt that she used this money frivolously and not on reasonable and necessary living expenses for her or your son.
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