My mother is survived with 2 daughters and my father left her at my age of 3 and now I am 30. Still my mother has not divorced my father, but we three my mother and my sister are staying away from my father from past 25 years. I heard that my paternal grandfather has written a "will" on our name (grandchildren), but my father has not shown the "will" to any one and he has hidden it somewhere. By the time we were born my paternal grandfather was deceased. So is there any possibility to request honorable court to ask my father to show the "will". Or is there opportunity to claim for the property. My father has hidden all the documents and we are unable to access to any of the survey numbers or land details. Thanks in advance. VR
Unless eye witnesses testify the existence of a valid will when the testator, your grandfather had written/executed the will in your facvor before the court there is no way that you can inherit that property you mY HAVE GOTTEN BUT FOR THE POSSIBILITY OF YOUR FATHER DESTROYING IT.IF YOU APPRECIATE THIS ANSWER PLEASE GIVE ME A LIKE ON MY PROFILE.
You can also try at jurisdictional Registrar's office, if the will has been registered. In that can you can obtain copy from Registrar. If he has really mentioned your names in the will, he should have certainly got it registered to give a benefit and to avoid legal complications to you. Make a try as per laid down procedure for obtaining certified copy with Sub-Registrar.