(1) The interest of an individual subject to conservatorship in property included
in the conservatorship estate is not transferable or assignable by the individual
and is not subject to levy, garnishment, or similar process for claims against the
individual unless allowed under RCW 11.130.555.
(2) If an individual subject to conservatorship enters into a contract after having
the right to enter the contract removed by the court, the contract is void against
the individual and the individual's property but is enforceable against the person
that contracted with the individual.
(3) A person other than the conservator that deals with an individual subject to conservatorship
with respect to property included in the conservatorship estate is entitled to protection
provided by law of this state other than this chapter.
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