Compile information on the deceased, including full name, date of death and place of death. This information will be on the death certificate. Telephone probate courts in the region where the will maker died to determine where the will is to be probated. Obtain the street address and mailing address of that court.
Visit the probate court, if possible. Ask the court clerk for the probate file of the will of the deceased. Review the file and mark the pages you wish to copy, including the will. Follow local procedures to have the clerk copy them for you. The court probably charges a small, per-page copying fee.
Call to find out the procedure for obtaining a copy of the will by mail if the probate court is not within convenient distance. You will probably have to send a check covering copying fees, and possibly a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Sometimes you can order documents through a court website.