How do I contest a codicil and what form do I use and where do I file it?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You got no answers as you misposted this under the wrong area of law. It is a probate issue.
Will contests rarely succeed. Pro se ones almost always fail, but often get the person sued. If you do feel you have a basis you need a lawyer. (Caution: these cases tend to be complex, very expensive, and cause family discord that may last a lifetime). There are no forms for this. Each case has unique facts. Do not, and let me stress, do NOT, file pro se.