Keep lawyer shopping. I am sure you can find someon eto take that case. Be sure the Urgent Care records clearly state what you have said here "first and second degree chemical burns caused by the hair dye probably being mixed improperly."
I think two months is a long time, and the fact that you have not been able to reach your attorney for three weeks is troubling. There may be a reasonable explanation for it, for example, your attorney may be trying to settle liens and medical bills. If your attorney has an office I suggest you go there, daily, until you get an answer.
In my experience, which is not vast compared to some other lawyers, they go to trial. I settled one after we picked a jury. All others were settled through pleadings, in the government's favor. They never got to go to trial. I have found the government to be an aggressive litigator/stubborn defendant.
If you are PR I am assuming you have an attorney. If you do, ask your attorney. If it was titled solely in your father's name it is an estate asset. As PR you can get a copy of the deed. As part of the probate process that plot should be liquidated or transferred to heirs.
You are required to deposit by statute to deposit the will at the Clerk of the Court's office. The Clerk requires a death certificate before they will accept the will. The will never gets published unless you want to pay a publication to publish it.
If there is an alternate personal representative it would go to that person. If there is no alternate or if the alternate doesn't want to do it either the court can be petitioned to have the youngest son do it with the consent of the oldest son, assuming there are only 3 children because 2 out of 3 constitutes a majority. I am also assuming there is no spouse.
When the judge enters an order declaring the property homestead that order transfers the property to the 10. That order also specifically takes the property out of the probate. I am not able to conceptualize how the probate judge is going to then order that property sold.
I have experience representing clients in partition actions. I have dealt with situations where other parties to those actions don't open their mail, don't sign for their mail, won't sign deeds, etc. If an owner won't...