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Hi John. I can help here. My name's Lane.
Legally, unless you have a legal guardianship, (or are willing to petition the court that Michelle is incompetent and the guardianship is required to protect her from danger to herself or others) you don't have recourse here.
If her will is changed, then at the time of execution you would have the right to contest the will.Possible basis would be that she was not competent to execute a new will, or that it was signed under duress.
Is Michelle mentally competent to make her own decisions?