Does an Executor Have a Right to Review a Will Before the Death of the Maker?

Unless the executor has possession of or access to the Will document through permission of the Donor (the person making the Will), there is no requirement that the executor be provided access or the ability to review the Last Will and Testament prior to the death of the Donor.

The Will is not effective until the death of the Donor and the authority of the executor is not established until the Will becomes effective.