Typically, during the probate process, the will becomes a matter of public record. This means that interested parties, including named beneficiaries, may be able to access and obtain a copy of the will. They can do so by requesting a copy from the probate court where the will is being or has been probated.
However, it’s important to note that access to the will might not be immediate. The probate process can take time, and the will may not be available for public access until it has been filed with the court and entered into the official record.