My father died in 2007. Six days after his death twelve of us - my children and I (5), my dead elder sister`s children (2), my adopted sister (1), my sister (1), my brother (1), and my stepmother and her son (2) - sat in the lawyer`s office to hear the reading of my father`s will and "irrevocable" trust. We asked for a copy of the will and trust but were told by the attorney that we could not get a copy. My stepbrother had been made executor. His mother was to receive the rent from the estate. Also, my father had a stipulation that adopted children could not inherit. Now in 2011, four years later I hired an attorney and asked for and received a copy of a will with a revocable trust and an amendment. The will has been changed, the trust is now revocable and there is an amendment.All of these documents are frauds. What can we do about this? I want to get a statement from the original attorney who made the trust that she wrote an irrevocable trust. Her father made my father’s will. I would also like to obtain a statement from the attorney who gave us the reading that the trust he read was irrevocable. And I would like statements from ten of us that we heard the attorney state "irrevocable" which he stressed and stated several times. My stepbrother has a new attorney and has said that the attorney who read the will in 2007 is dead...However, I know the attorney is still alive. With all these statements can I contest the false will and trust and amendment?