2019 Revised Code of Washington
Title 11 - Probate and Trust Law
Chapter 11.12 - Wills.
- 11.12.010 Who may make a will.
- 11.12.020 Requisites of wills—Foreign wills.
- 11.12.025 Nuncupative wills.
- 11.12.030 Signature of testator at his or her direction—Signature by mark.
- 11.12.040 Revocation of will—How effected—Effect on codicils.
- 11.12.051 Dissolution, invalidation, or termination of marriage or domestic partnership.
- 11.12.060 Agreement to convey does not revoke.
- 11.12.070 Devise or bequeathal of property subject to encumbrance.
- 11.12.080 Revocation of later will or codicil—Effect—Evidence.
- 11.12.091 Omitted child.
- 11.12.095 Omitted spouse or omitted domestic partner.
- 11.12.110 Death of grandparent's issue before grantor.
- 11.12.120 Lapsed gift—Procedure and proof.
- 11.12.160 Interested witness—Effect on will.
- 11.12.170 Devise of land, what passes.
- 11.12.180 Rule in Shelley's Case abolished—Future distribution or interest to heirs.
- 11.12.185 Doctrine of Worthier Title abolished—Exception.
- 11.12.190 Will to operate on after-acquired property.
- 11.12.220 No interest on devise unless will so provides.
- 11.12.230 Intent of testator controlling.
- 11.12.250 Gift to trust.
- 11.12.255 Incorporation by reference.
- 11.12.260 Separate writing may direct disposition of tangible personal property—Requirements.
- 11.12.265 Filing of original will with court before death of testator.
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