No. 60428-7-I.

199 P.3d 493 (2009)

Joel DOUGLAS and Barbara Douglas, husband and wife, d/b/a Harbor Lands Company, Appellants/Cross-Respondents, v. Diane G. HILL and Forrest S. Hill, husband and wife, both individually and as a marital community, Respondents/Cross-Appellants.

Court of Appeals of Washington, Division 1.

January 20, 2009.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

J. Richard Aramburu, Aramburu & Eustis LLP, Seattle, WA, for Appellants/Cross-Respondents.

Patrick F. Hussey, Anderson Hunter Law Firm PS, Everett, WA, for Respondents/Cross-Appellants.


¶ 1 A creditor need only establish a right to collect payment in order to void a fraudulent transfer under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA).1 Hence, a creditor's failure to record a lien with the local auditor does not preclude a claim under the UFTA. Here, to avoid paying a judgment against her, the defendant transferred her interest in real property to her husband, from whom she is legally separated. Because...

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