Mother dies with a will that states that all assets be divided equally between her adult children. One child is the executor. The executor tells the other siblings that the family home (the only significant asset) has a Medicaid lien and will be confiscated so there are no assets to distribute.
Will goes through probate without the other siblings seeing any documents or signing anything. After probate is completed, they find out that there was never a Medicaid lien and the house has been transferred into the name of the executor.
Can one of the siblings get the court records to see how the executor got through probate? To see if signatures were forged? If the sibling is poor and cannot afford a lawyer, is there any way to pursue this?