If the Will is missing, how would one determine if there was a Will to begin with?
If you have begun the process of probate, and you find out the Will is missing, check with the probate court in the county of the state where the deceased resided. You can buy a copy if it is there, or hire a legal agency or attorney to retrieve a copy of the Will if you live far away. If the deceased held property strictly through a joint ownership arrangement or a Living Trust, there may not be a Will due to the fact there may not have been a need to file a Will.
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