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Answer: There's no "right" to see anothe person's will. Was that all you wanted to know?
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You can tell him he'll have to wait until your mom passes.
Meanwhile, does anyone have Power of Attorney? Who?
Sorry about the delay in getting back to you - I rec'd a phone call.
Legally, you are the only family member with the right to a copy of your mother's will.
However, the more diplomatic you are now, the less of a family feud after your mother passes.
It sounds to me as though you have a wolf at the door. You do not have to let him in.
My best - you're dealing with an uncomfortable situation.
(Feel free to ask for me by name next time you're here. )