Involuntary Revocation of Wills?

Answer The law may revoke a will even though the will's creator (the testator) had no intention of revocation; this is known as revocation by operation of law. Parties with questions about specific wills ... Read More »

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What is revocation of probation?

Probation allows a convicted criminal offender the opportunity to remain in the community and generally carry on with his life following a sentence. Probation is revoked, however, in certain situat... Read More »

Revocation of a Quitclaim Deed?

A deed is a legal document that grants a new owner title to a particular piece of property. State laws recognize different types of deeds; the different types have different promises or guarantees ... Read More »

Power of Attorney Revocation Document?

The power of attorney is a legally binding document in which authority is designated to a certain trusted individual (agent), usually a relative, friend or business associate, to make certain kinds... Read More »

Can you appeal a probation revocation in Texas?

If your probation is revoked by a court of law in Texas, you can appeal the revocation with the next highest court. You may also ask the court for bail while awaiting your appeal, though there is n... Read More »