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I am sorry about your loss. I am afraid you have no rights to read the will until it is filed in the probate
court under NH law. Under the NH law, when probate is filed all beneficiaries named in the will would have to be notified in writing and it is at that time the will is filed in court and you can read the will. If you are not notified of probate, you need to check with probate to determine when the probate is open and when the will is filed. Once the will is filed in probate it becomes public record and then you can get a copy from the clerk of probate court in the probate file on the case.
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