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You can report him to the police and let them investigate but unless you have a lawyer it is going to be hard to do anything in the probate case to make him move along.
If you were served with papers then you can file an Answer and in it ask to be notified of any hearing, etc. The probate code is extremely difficult and is often antiquated and makes no sense but you will want to read through it so you have an idea as to what is happening.
All cases have to be file through the probate at this point and I assume you are talking about imposing a constructive trust, not a constructive will, to make a grab at any money that exists but you have to be pretty knowledgeable to do that.
If you have money problems then you may want to talk to Legal Aid or talk to a lawyer about taking the case on a %. It's rare to do this on a probate case but it occasionally happens.