Not just anybody might challenge the credibility of a Will. State laws vary slightly, all need that you be related to the Will in some way. Usually, you need to have the ability to show that you would have received more from the decedent, if he or she had died without a Will; or if she or he composed an earlier Will that left you more than the current Will.
Concern 2: When can I challenge the Will?
Question 3: How can I overturn a Will?