Washington Law Review
This Comment first examines the historical origins of section 6.32.250 of the Washington Revised Code, the Washington statute which greatly restricts the involuntary alienation of a beneficial trust interest. It then documents the problems that this statute has created for Washington courts. Finally, it concludes that section 6.32.250 has created needless confusion and recommends that the Washington legislature either repeal or revise the statute.
Thomas W. Read,
Spendthrift Trusts in Washington—The Statutory Restraint Upon Involuntary Alienation,
58 Wash. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/wlr/vol58/iss4/3