Does the Probate Court thoroughly investigate on the purpose of the conversion of probate assets into non-probate assets? On the Will, the assets exists to be probated as the decedent expects it to be. If after the death of the testator, the beneficiaries discover that the assets were converted by the testator's spouse, to non-probate assets before the testator's death, does the probate court automatically investigate into a matter such as this? If these assets were the only assets to probate, and all other property were held in JTWROS, would the court have a presumption that a breach has occurred? The period between the Will made, to the death of the testator was approx. 3 months. The misleading purpose of the conversion would have to take place in this time frame.