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Can your mother-in-law legally seize a vehicle that was titled exclusively to your husband?


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2015-07-15 20:42:59
2015-07-15 20:42:59

I don't think so. If you have no children then the personal property should pass to you. She would need to prove that she's entitled to the vehicle through documents, or a will. Talk to an estate lawyer about your state's probate laws if he had no will.

IF the TITLE to the vehicle was ONLY in the husbands name, NO, Mommy cant take what is NOT hers. I couldn't take it because is is NOT mine and neither can she. She can sue someone and hope to get it it, but she cant just TAKE it. If ahe gave it to him or put it in his name for whatever reason, it is GONE.


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