Seeking expert counseling is a sign of strength. A personal relationship with a caring professional is proven clinically effective.
It does not matter what your brother accuses you of. You do not have a history of either Asperger's Disorder or Bipolar
Disorder. Even if you did
, this would not be a reason to deny you of your inheritance.
Do not make an issue about this unless your brother brings it up. He may be trying to make you look bad If you accuse him of something he has not done publicly in the eyes of the court, then it will make it appear that you have paranoid delusions and then if you behave in this manner the court may think that you are delusional.
Just play it calm, cool and collected. If there is an attorney, let him or her be your spokesman. Don't speak for yourself.
If they tell any lies that they cannot prove, your attorney can stop them and sue them for slander. Don't let them set YOUR agenda. Stay calm and quiet, and let your attorney do the talking for you, and you will be fine.
You were a wonderful caregiver to your mom, and she wants you to have your fair share. Make sure that you get a good attorney.
I wish you great success.
God bless you.
Elliott Sewell, LPCC, NCC, CCMHC