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I have the Will of my mother dated in 2000 and her current husband, who is not of sound mind, is acting pro se and being told what to do by my sister. They probated a 1989 Will and not the 2000, and are disbursing the items in the estate as my sister sees fit and not as stated in the 2000 Will, where I am named the Co-Executor and all of my mom's children and grandchildren are beneficiaries. I contacted the Court and was advised to file an OTSC. Do I contest the 1989 Will? Also, since there is no accounting of the estate done and I'm sure the money and stocks have been taken and sold, what are the legal ramifications that my sister will face for probating the old Will fraudulently? There is also a home and I have no idea what is being done with that & the entire Estate.Also, they are not planning on filing taxes for 2012 for my mom nor any inheritance tax for the Estate, including the home. They just do not know what they are doing and are disregarding the 2000 Will. I believe they purposely probated the 1989 Will since it did not include my 3 children since they were not born yet and the 2000 Will includes them and my mom's children and additional grandchildren.