Thank you for asking this interesting question.
The only way to do this is to file a declaratory judgment
type action. They usually aren't filed in probate courts but they can be. However, to do the suit properly you are going to have to name everyone as a defendant who owns the property now.
The declaratory judgment will seek a finding that the original administration was void as it relied on fraudulent documents. You will also seek to have the court acknowledge you as a rightful heir so be prepared to prove all of your lineage back to him with official documents.
All of the other heirs will also be necessary parties so you are going to have to notify them and give them a chance to join in the suit which means you have to track down all heirs beginning then and continuing through the date of filing suit. The only realistic way to do this is to hire a genealogist as it will require expert testimony
on the heirs to prove the case.
Be aware that you may have statute of limitation problems so have your attorney prepared to address this issue.
You have a daunting task ahead of you. Good luck and keep us informed as to how it is going.
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