I look at this counter question as an answer to “even if you’re able to find a will, is there anything else that might be helpful in your quest?” The answer is yes, and here it is: despite the inherent legal and physical challenges associated with finding a private will (or even written directions or additional information about your loved one), given enough time and money you could very well track down the answers you seek. This, I believe, is particularly true if one takes advantage of online tools.
Consider this hypothetically — as noted above, my office has served as executor (and as such frequently encountered probate matters) for over 35 years; since those early days we have received numerous questions from family members seeking advice regarding how best to locate wills and other pertinent documents; yet despite all those cases we have never encountered a situation where we were unable or unwilling to locate any piece of relevant documentation (whether ancient or modern).
But again: no matter how hard you work at it — whether with me or on your own — consider whether there isn’t something more fruitful you can achieve before spending countless hours combing through dusty attics and trunks searching for old papers that may turn out not to be related at all (but rather just plain gibberish). If there are particular departments of libraries that might accommodate digital data requests, limited access services like free interlibrary loan programs may enable some limited progress; but limited access services
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