I don't believe you can proceed without counsel. This is a very complicated situation. To refute a will requires evidence and a hearing. Those that absconded may be prosecuted criminally as well as sued in civil court. You may be able to do this based on the facts presented but you need a local attorney to advise you. Good luck!
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