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Asked on: 8/05/12, 6:05 pm

Does an heir who's been told they've been disinherited have a rigbt to see for himself or just expected to believe it and leave it at that? I am that heir, the oldest child of 3, whos father just passed, whom I cared for and lived with, and was told by a text message from my uncle who is the executor that I've been disinherited but wont tell me what language was used or anything and wont let me see for myself if he's even telling me the truth or what because he doesn't like me to begin with and it seems to give him pleasure to tell me that. If I was disinherited can I make a direct contest of it. How does it work? I've read a few web site articles but I don't understand all the ins and ohts.

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