It depends on the type of probate. If common form probate, 2 years from the date the probate concludes. If solemn form probate when it is final the will cannot be contested. The reason is because in a solemn form probate all interested persons are made a party to the proceeding.
If no probate file a caveat against probate to begin the process.
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