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Only if the nephew is a beneficiary of the will. Perhaps ask the executor if the nephew is a beneficiary of the will and then if so, the nephew is legally entitled to a copy of the will otherwise the executor would be breaching its fiduciary duty to the beneficiary. Otherwise, the most prudent course of action would be to obtain a copy as the will becomes a public record upon filing and determine what the will says then. Otherwise, it will be an uphill battle for involuntarily force an executor to provide a copy of the will pursuant to a court order.
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