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What are my chances of contesting a will successfully? My grandfather passed away on Dec 17, 2013. He told me his whole life details about a will he had, that he would split everything equally 5 ways - my uncle, me, my brother, my 2 cousins. My mother has passed away. My uncle had his will changed on Dec 3, 2013. He showed me a "DRAFT" with no signature (not sure if the lawyer has a real copy, and can i get access to a real copy?) The change to the will 2 weeks before my grandfather died - left everything to my uncle. In the last months of my grandfather's life - he was heavily sedated with morphine and in "hospice care". What kind of proof do I need to contest a will? His estate is probably worth close to $500k... house, cars, CDs, stock, and bank accounts.