RCW11.68.041? Wait, I’ll help you out. I know your head must be spinning like Linda Blair in “The Exorcist”. What does that mixture of letters and numbers mean? There is a great deal to unpack here. It refers to the advance notice of the hearing on a petition for nonintervention powers referred to in the probate act.
In the State of Washington, “non-intervention powers” are available to a personal representative who is granted non-intervention powers in a will. A surviving spouse or domestic partner is also entitled to non-intervention powers when there is no will. In all other cases, if the petitioner wishes to obtain nonintervention powers, the personal representative shall give notice of the petitioner's intention to apply to the court for nonintervention powers to all heirs, all beneficiaries of a gift under the decedent's will, and all persons who have requested, and who are entitled to, notice under RCW 11.68.041.
We invite you to Google this particular code in the State of Washington and do some of your own preparatory research. For professional advice please call Seattle area probate attorney Lyle M. Clark, Jr. He will explain the particulars of Washington’s RCW 11.68.041. His phone number at his Bellevue office is (425) 452-3092.