My grandma is in my care. My mom was her POA but she died and she had a DPOA set up before her death so I could care for my grandma since she has severe dementia. I was going through her papers before we moved and found a very old will my grandma had made up. I wasn't even born yet (and I am 38 years old) and neither was my sister. My cousins were born though so right now it reads her stuff (which is only a savings and checking account and the items in my house) goes to her daughters. They are both deceased so then it lists that it goes to the grand children and they are listed by name as my two cousins. We were not written in the will since we were not born. The question I have is this, since I have DPOA and I know this ends when she dies, and all she has is these two very small balance accounts which will probably be completely drained upon her death to pay for her trip from Maine to Pennsylvania and for her burial, do I have to admit when she does die, that the Will even exists? Is there some law that states that Wills have to be disclosed? My cousins live across the United States. One is in the military and the other has moved so many times I have not kept up with where she is living now (both do not talk to my sister and myself much except once in a while via Facebook if she's needing something). One cousin saw her 6 years ago after signing up for the military, and the other over 10 years ago at a family wedding that my sister paid for her ticket to (since it was her wedding and she really wanted the family to be all together). I just don't know whether or not I should make the Will disappear so that there are no real legal issues or if it has to be disclosed.