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The age of a person, or whether or not they are blind, has nothing to do with whether there is a valid challenge to a will or a modification of that will. Age alone is not enough to void a will.
To challenge a will based on a claim of incompetency you must ensure that a probate action is opened and then sue to challenge the validity of the will based on the alleged incompetence of the maker of the will, or based on coercion or duress by a third party against the maker of the will.
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