Washington Law of Wills and Intestate Succession
The primary reference work on the Washington law of wills and the only comprehensive treatise available on that subject as articulated by Washington courts.
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In this third edition, Mark Reutlinger, Professor Emeritus of Law, Seattle University School of Law, takes a fresh look at the changes in the legal landscape of probate law, where "spouses" now includes "registered domestic partners" and the "slayer statute" now applies to "abusers" as well as slayers. He has updated citations and explained reinterpretations or clarifications of the law by Washington courts since publication of the 2006 second edition.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1. Intestacy
Chapter 2. Execution of Wills
Chapter 3. Grounds for Contest
Chapter 4. Revocation
Chapter 5. Changes in Circumstances
Chapter 6. Construction and Interpretation
Chapter 7. Restrictions and Conditions
Chapter 8. Will Substitutes and Will Contracts
Chapter 9. Probate and Administration
Chapter 10. Integration, Incorporation, and Related Matters of Inclusion
Chapter 11. Law Governing Indians and Indian Property
Plus tables of authorities and index.