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When are Maryland Will Contents Reveled?, Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer Attorney Baltimore Maryland Wills TrustsThe contents of the Will may be revealed to family members and interested parties after the person has died. This disclosure is done by the Personal Representative for the estate. The Personal Representative, or an attorney on their behalf, have a duty to properly notify all those who could receive distributions from the estate. The original will must be filed with the county Register of Wills as part of the Maryland estate administration. Often times the Will is already on file with the county in which the person lived. Once a Will has been received by the Register of Wills it becomes part of the public record. Prior to death an individual has no duty to disclose the contents of their Will.

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