Hi, my mothers 75 year old brother has been said to change his will while his 95 year old mother was on here death bed of two weeks and leaving everything to one half sister and nothing to his full sisters upon his death and he died the day of his mothers funeral. Could this will be challenged as he could have been under duress and not thinking clearly. or could it be null in void by law? There was believed to have been a will made years ago with one of the other full blooded sisters left in it. That full blooded sister being my mother who is elderly and dose not or can not pursue due to emotional stress. and to far away in the U.S.A. and can not travel. What can we do as not to lose the inheritance.
Province/Country relating to question : England
Sent off to the Postal Searches and Copies Department for them to do a search for any Will or Grant of Probate.
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