From the plain language of the will you provide, she would receive money in an amount equal to the peach tree property. It is not clear from your post what you want to do. If you and your siblings agree, you can do what you want with the property. If there is a dispute and you can't work it out, you may need an attorney.
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Yes. Hire a good probate attorney.
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