chk999: "This just got better. The deceased had a special needs son, who it appears, now owns half of his grandfather's house. I've told the friend that he needs a lawyer pronto, this is a total mess."It may be too late, and even if not too late, it may not be possible, but could the special needs son disclaim his inheritance under the will?I agree that professional advice is needed now, and should have been obtained long ago.Regards, JAFO
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