I apologise to keeping you waiting.
I have answered your response on the previous thread.
Unfortunately, for some reason (sorted now) I couldn’t open the previous question to see what it was about and we don’t search by usernames so I didn’t know who you were.
Admin resolved the issue for me.
There would be no need for her to write the top of the will that this replaced the previous wilful 2012.
The will itself should state that it revokes previous wills otherwise the will is defective.
If he was heavily medicated in 2016, he may not have had mental capacity to do the will in terms he did (seems strange that he changed the provisions only four years apart).
She may indeed have suggested that something was all your fault and got him to change his will but you are going to need proof of that (on the balance of probabilities) because suspicion is not sufficient for court purposes.
If the amendment has not being signed it is defective and not acceptable and it’s highly likely that the Probate Registry would simply find this defective because it’s such a substantial change. Changes in wills like this, done by hand, are normally limited to spelling mistakes, correction of addresses and things like that, not fundamental changes.
If she has done this, this is potentially fraud.
I think it would be a good idea if you could let me see the will because I would like to see what the changes look like. Thank you