Can title to real estate be transferred without the recorded attachments being honored?

Question Details: Our father passed away and left the family property to be decided when sold between his wife at the time and his children, a 50-50 split. His Will was recorded and was attached to the title of the property. We have found out that the property recently sold and the title has been transferred. She has now stated she won't honor the Will and intends on keeping the money. How could the title company ignore the contents of the Will attached to the documents and transfer the title without us knowing it?

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