Thanks for your question and good evening.My sympathy here for your loss and dilemma.
You may file a will contest and seek to keep the will from being admitted.There are three areas here that Florida law allows for you to challenge.If there are problesm with the will itself you can argue that it does not mee t requirements.
The next area is a lack of testamentary capacity.If the deceased was senile or suffers from other issues such as dementia, etc they may not have had the ability here to sign a new will and understand what they were doing.
The final area is undue influence.If this person exerted influece such that it caused the testator to sign this will and not have the intent to do so.
You are going to need a local lawyer if you want to contest the will in one or more of these areas.You need to do this asap so that you can keep the will from ebing admitted and preserve the assets as well.
Here is a good video about this subject that may help you understand the process.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agJI6IESACs
More on the requirements under Florida law..http://www.shestokas.com/general-law/requirements-for-a-valid-last-will-and-testament-in-florida/
You can locate a probate
lawyer here through the Florida Bar..
It has been my pleasure to assist you tonight.Please let me know if you have follow up.Thanks again.
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