There is a case pending now where heirs named in a document oppose other heirs named in the same document/will. Basically, the question of the document's authenticity is in question.
The document is stapled together and the second and third pages have the signatures of deceased and are notarized, but the first page is not handwritten and has how the estate would be probated, but has not one authenticating signature, markings or anything else to prove its originality. All the witnesses can verify people and signatures but have no recollection of the contents of the first page and all others are deceased except the heirs themselves.
My take is that the rights of those who contest the document because their rights would not be protected here due to the possibility of tampering, fraud or anything, right down to questioning whether there ever was a will constructed in the first place. It's known to all that there was no lawyer involved during the said document /will. Sounds like a memorandum decision is at hand.