Good morning, I have been advised that my cousin and myself are the beneficiary of my Nan's will. My mother and Aunty are to receive $5000 each out of the estate. I have been advised that my late Nan's deceased husband's children plan to contest the will, even though my Nan has only left her own children $5000 each. Does this mean if her stepchildren contest the will, they will only receive $5000 each? My late Nan has appointed a solicitor in QLD as her executor of will and the rest of our family live in NSW. I have been advised by my late Nan's neighbours there were people in her house cleaning it out to be sold, throwing valuable and sentimental items into a large skip bin and that the house is now on the market. None of this information has been advised to myself or my cousin. My question is, how do I find out where all her possessions have gone? The executor of will has not been open with communication thus far and quite frankly he has been rude and condescending with me, and I am afraid to ask him any questions, but at the same time, concerned sentimental items have been thrown out. Is there a way I can hire a solicitor to find out this information which I am more than happy to pay for myself?