They can still come after the cosigner, and it will still reflect poorly on your cosigner's credit history. You have been absolved of the debt, not your cosigner.
They will come to you for the money if they can't find him. It will be on your credit as a repo as well. As a co-signer, you sign that you will take over payments if the signer fails to make the payments.
It depends on where you are. In most states, no there is no requirement for that, but they do have to let you come retrieve your personal belongings later.
No. Until the judge declared divorce, the cosignor is on the lease. The two parties must come to a decision on who is going to own the vehicle AFTER the divorce and the two parties agree that the owner will continue payment. IF for some reason the one person CANNOT afford the payment, then both parties are on the hook until end of lease. The OWNER of the vehicle may also declare that BOTH parties remain on the lease until END OF LEASE.
You have very few rights. You agreed to pay for a car that is not yours. Your name can only come off the contract IF the finance company agrees, and they have no reason to agree.
Personal decision I have them and have had good luck with AAA Not restricted to bring vehicle to dealer for repair and don't have to come up with big bucks for service
There is no particular reason for wearing a ring on your middle fingers unless they have their own personal reasons for doing so.
If you are credit-worthy, you may be able to co-sign for your boyfriend's vehicle. But be aware that if he fails to make payments for any reason, you are liable for the debt and the creditor will come after you and possibly file suit against you. - I wouldn't do it.
The check engine light can come on for a variety of reasons. You will have to have the vehicle connected to a code reader to determine the specific reason for the light to be on.
I had this very same instance come up and the police were called. They told me that as long as the payments were being made and you have proof of you making the payments on time, the cosigner has to leg to stand on when trying to take the car. So NO your cosigner can not take the car.
They should offer you a chance to get your belongings out of the car when they come to repossess it. Their repossession order covers the vehicle they're repossessing - it does not give them entitlement to your personal belongings.
All vehicles are equipped with servicing lights. When a vehicle needs to be serviced, the servicing light will come on. A mechanic can look at your car to tell you why your service light is on.