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Unfortunately, any verbal wishes of the deceased are not legally valid when the deceased has left a valid written Will and if one of the heirs / children of the deceased wishes to challenge the validity of the final Will, then a local probate attorney would have to be hired and this local probate attorney can file a Petition to Contest the Will (if feasible upon review of the entire situation).
Unfortunately, aside from hiring a local attorney to contest the Will in court, the heir / child who did not inherit any interest in the condo property of the deceased, would not have any legal rights to such condo property.
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