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Here you can check the county clerk where they deceased if you are wanting copies of the two wills.If they have been filed for probate they are public record here.Check fathers to see if he left your husband anything.That would determine what his rights are.It controls the disposition of father's assets.
Your husband here would have rights to contest the will if he felt father lacked capacity or there was undue influence.He will need a lawyer to file a will contest in Kansas where the probate was filed.You may still have rights here, you would want to gather the complete wills and any probate documents and discuss this locally with a lawyer if you want to contest the wills and codicils.
You have rights here to contest the wills/codicils under Kansas law.
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