(1) Except as otherwise provided in subsections (2) and (3) of this section, appointive
property subject to a nongeneral power of appointment is exempt from a claim of a
creditor of the powerholder or the powerholder's estate.
(2) Appointive property subject to a nongeneral power of appointment is subject to
a claim of a creditor of the powerholder or the powerholder's estate to the extent
that the powerholder owned the property and, reserving the nongeneral power, transferred
the property in violation of chapter 19.40 RCW.
(3) If the initial gift in default of appointment is to the powerholder or the powerholder's
estate, a nongeneral power of appointment is treated for purposes of this section
and RCW 11.95A.500 through 11.95A.520 as a general power.
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