Probate has been granted, and the estate lawyer has become aware that there is going to be a contest to the Will. The person contesting a will is the spouse at the time of the deceased person. The spouse is in his 60's. They were married for 30 years. The deceased made a will leaving everything to 2 beneficiaries, the children. The partner, after finding out his partner was terminally ill, decided to purchase his own property, and shares in their name solely. The estate was in the sole name of the deceased. Question: The spouse is contesting the will. What are their chances? His residents is fully paid off and has $80000 in shares. Who attends mediation? Both beneficiaries? And if so, how are they notified of mediation and does the executor of will attend and will be the one to let the beneficiaries know what the outcome is?