Hi, my mum and stepfather have been married for 15 years, right now the doctors have told us that stepfather will not survive another winter. Recently he told us that he had changed his last will that states the house that we all live in, the car and everything he owns is to be sold and divided in 20 equal parts to all the people he has nominated as beneficiaries - , mostly friends, church group members, some relatives. He does not have any children apart from me being his stepchild, his brother and sisters are deceased, his parents are deceased. Does that mean we will be out of the house (he's a sole owner of the house)? My mother has a property as well that is rented out at the moment. He is not going to change his will as he is very stubborn and wants to show all his friends his generosity. My question is: is there any law in Victoria that would challenge his decision, or can we contest the will and if we do, do we stand any chance of keeping the house? And does that mean we will be forever hated by a large number of his friends, as we understand all the beneficiaries get notified if someone is contesting a will?