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What can i do if my niece moved my 86 yr old mother off her estate of 63 yrs & talk mom into changing her previous will she had that she made sure i knew about hers and my dads plots were already payed in advance & also tld me to whom her property was to.

Intentionally omitted by a Revocable Trust in 2006 (moms passing Valentines Day 2008), without a reason from mom ,mom adopted me and my 2 little sisters in 1973 after she had taken care of over 50 foster children before she adopted us.Our final decrees of adoption in  the Oklahoma  District Court are vested with the jurisdiction of the Uniform Adoption Act,and a paragraph in my decree says my decree complies with the UAA.In the UAA it carries a very short statute of a [one] year limitation from the time our decrees were issued.My mom knew the law but my 2 nieces went through my parents house when us adopted klids of over 35 yrs were not allowed too,or even step foot on my mothers property where we were raised or if we did we would criminal trespassing charges,my nieces husband is a   Okc police officer ,and in the cover letter from the attorney my niece brought in addition we were not allowed to contact my niece (self appointed trustee) about the care and health of our Mother ,but were told she my niece could put charges on us for victims protective order .Highly surprised all through life we never had any problems with either niece throughout life which I know or allege that in their secluding us kids from our parents house upon there search they found moms will and it did not benefit them financially so they intentionally sequestered me from knowing where they lived ,actually my nices husband the police officer kin folk works at the P.O.office where I was going and had my P.O. falsify a UA and sent me back to prison out of there way to proceed in the removal of mom from her 2-1/2 acres just east of vTAFB where both my parents worked as aircraft mechanics,veterans & retired after 30 yrs.The UAA says subject to appeal no one not even the petitioner in any manner,upon any ground including fraud,duress,failure to give notice, are against the law of the UAA.Mom & Dad never formally vacated our decrees of adoption.Us kids rights are statutorly created by federal statute it says from the day our decrees are issued we are entitled to inherit real and personal property from and through our adoptive parents which our parents are entitled to inherit real and personal property from and through us through the statute of  descent and distributation . My nieces all of a sudden turned on us 3 adopted kids on moms dying days.Additional concerns my father told me right before he passed away in our house that he built that he was a millionaire because of good investments .This is why we us 3 adopted children are being pushed out ,because of my parents investments.Mom & Dad already had their affairs in order in 1973 when us 3 kids were adopted,so my question is,is  there any lawyer in Oklahoma City that will take my case and  enforce my constitutional rights that we me and my 2 little sisters are entitled too ?

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