Father originally willed 10 acres to me. He with the executor sold me the property. It is in my name along with legal paperwork stating same. My father is still alive. Can my sister revoke or remove me from my property?
Well, if it is an out-and-out sale, then ou own the property. And your sister cannot revoke or remove you from it. My opinion is based on the facts presented.
You may need to consult a lawyer.
The terms of a will are irrelevant while the testator is still alive. If father has properly transferred the property to you during his lifetime, the property is no longer part of the assets which could form the probate estate. If you have concerns, have a lawyer review the documents which gave you title to the property to ensure they have been properly executed.
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