Notice of hearing on court petition.
(1) The following persons are entitled to notice of hearing on any petition under RCW 11.94.090:
(a) The principal;
(b) The principal's spouse or domestic partner;
(c) The attorney-in-fact;
(d) The guardian of the estate or person of the principal;
(e) Any other person identified in the petition as being interested in the action requested in the petition, or identified by the court as having a right to notice of the hearing. If a person would be excluded from bringing a petition under RCW 11.94.100(2), then that person is not entitled to notice of the hearing.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) of this section, if the whereabouts of the principal are unknown or the principal is otherwise unavailable to receive notice, the court may waive the requirement of notice to the principal, and if the principal's spouse is similarly unavailable to receive notice, the court may waive the requirement of notice to the principal's spouse.
(3) Notice must be given as required under chapter 11.96A RCW, except that the parties entitled to notice shall be determined under this section.
[2008 c 6 § 810; 2001 c 203 § 8.]