Well, you just made my job easier, but much harder on you as there is really only one option you have, and it appears you have already done this, but let's hope not. You are still at stage where can still petition the probate court to be heard. You obviously want to challenge based on fraud. If you have done that, and that is the reason you want to appeal, well yes, you can appeal that decision, but you have to find that the judge who ruled was mistaken. Whatever you do now, has to be done through court, and asking any attorney what will happen, any attorney will tell you they don't know how the judge will rule. You can only petition probate Court, and see what happens.
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and see if there are any pro bono attorneys available, you will need one. Even though you may not trusts attorneys right now, they are not all bad, and CalBar has some pretty good attorneys who do provide pro bono or at least low cost services. They are picked by the Bar, so they are good. I certainly do not envy your situation, but this is a very complicated case, and you need an attorney you can trust. I know that will be hard, but please try. You may be surprised.
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