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Ultimately to save legal expense you should provide a copy of the Will. If the Will was not properly executed then it is likely the Children may have some claim to the vehicle. If the Will was properly executed then you have little or nothing to worry about.
Upon seeing the Will the children's attorney may simply advise the Children they have no claim to the vehicle.
Simply failing to provide the Will will just cause the children's lawyer to take legal action to obtain the Will. The attorney will assume no will exists and therefore the children have a claim to the car.
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