Theodore W. Robinson, P.C. | Theodore W. Robinson
As soon as the Will is filed in the Surrogates Court, it becomes a public record and you can see it anytime you want. Or you can ask her attorney to see the Will and see if they let you do so voluntarily. Either way, you should get to see the Will.
Answer Applies to: New York
The Schreiber Law Firm | Jeffrey D. Schreiber
This depends on the state where you live and also may depend on whether there is any estate to probate. Some states require that the executor file the will with the Probate Court in order to probate the will. Also, your sister's power of attorney ended at your mother's death.
Answer Applies to: California