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My elderly Aunt died on 2/24/2012, I received a waiver of Citation and Consent to Probate allow her attorney to probate her will. I have not signed the document, don't know if the will can be probated. My aunt had two wills, one written on 11/24/ 2003 just months before she entered a nursing home the day of her husband's sudden death in Jan. 2004. She previously was in a different nursing home per the husbands direction while he had a heart procedure in the hospital. I am very sure that this will was written and witnessed after the first stay when she already exhibited signs of dementia. Her first will was signed on 9/18/1992, revoked on 11/24/2003 by the second will. All assets go to 2 of her husband's nieces. Attorney's letter says vaguely refers to her abusive marriage and estrangement.Attorney states that if husband had died before her health "deteriorated" she probably would have reintegrated with family. On 11/24/2003 she had two living brothers, who would have taken care of her and many nieces and nephews. Her will states that she turns to her attorney to be her fuduciary because she has no living adult relatives or friends to trust to carry out fudiciary responsiblities. I am not sure if there is any legal documentation of her husband's abuse of her.