If you had no new criminal incidents and it is not passing through the courts but rather through Parole, then parole will handle it. I can see them putting you in custody for a while before releasing you on supervision. Parole tends to prefer that you are in a program with which they are completely familiar and with which they have a working relationship. I'm guessing this would be a long shot, but you don't know until you try.
Your question is a bit contrary in that I do not understand the "probate" reference, but from what I can pick up, parole would have first call on this.