My father died and now stepmother died. However, she changed her will with codicil and removed me.?
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Mr. Nelson suggests you visit with an attorney who understands probate litigation. I agree with his answer. What his is hinting to is to determine if there were any defects while your stepmother was creating her new will like undue influence, capacity issues, etc. Your visit with an attorney depends on how badly you want to find out and your willingness to pay a few hundred dollars to find out.
I wish you well.
Your question depends upon a number of variables. Based on a number of assumptions, including that there are no testamentary documents requiring otherwise, your stepmother would likely have every right to disinherit you, which would result in you not receiving anything from your stepmother's estate.
However, I would recommend you sit down with a local probate attorney so they could go over other facts and circumstances which may result in you having rights of recovery.
Best of luck.