My uncle recently passed away within a couple of months of learning he had Stage 4 lung cancer. Within days of his diagnosis, my aunt (his sister) immediately went to his home with a lawyer/personal friend. A will was written naming one of her daughters as sole beneficiary. I saw the will and even though I am no lawyer, it didn't make any sense. There was no mention of the daughter he fathered years ago and the wording was something to the effect there were no children born to him on or after the date the will was drawn up. Although my uncle had no part of the child's life for reasons known only to him and the girl's mother, she is his heir and it's a glaring omission in this will. He never paid child support as far as I know, but the girl's mother asked him to let her know when he began to draw Social Security so their daughter could receive benefits as well since she would have still been a minor. I feel as though my uncle's sister took extreme advantage of my uncle and his very vulnerable state of mind. I have nothing to gain, and this sounds terrible, but I cannot stand the thought of that woman & her daughter benefiting so tremendously, yet so deceptively. When my dad asked about the daughter & not even getting an honorable mention, he was met with stony silence and all contact has been stopped. He called the Social Security office and was told he would need his SS # to proceed. He doesn't have that. Any suggestions?