My father has made a will before my only brother passed on so now there is only me and an uncle. Will this will be observed? - AgingCare.com

My father has made a will before my only brother passed on so now there is only me and an uncle. Will this will be observed?

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Uncle is my father's brother. Will this will be observed even though I am the only sibling or will I have to argue with my Uncle to split with me? I left my family 2 years ago to care for him because he didn't want to go in a Home and that is where my Uncle wants him to go I said no let him be where he wants.

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It all depends upon how the will was written. Sometimes, it specifies that if one of the beneficiaries dies before the person making the Will --- the others receive that share, or IF your brother had children , his share may pass to them. Do you have access to the Will? If it was drawn up by a competent attorney, all scenarios will be covered.
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