Someone could always contest a will. Whether they will be successful is another question. As a general rule, if there is a written will that was properly witnessed, the challenger has a hard task.
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Any beneficiary can contest a will. But the success or failure of that challenge is very fact-dependent. You need to consult with an experienced attorney.
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