A cosigner can only be removed from the financial obligation through the refinancing of the vehicle. If the ex-spouses name is not on the title she or he does not have any legal claim to the vehicle unless the couple lived in a CP state and were married at the time of purchase. Furthermore, terms contained in a divorce decree are not legally binding when it comes to such issues.
If you have a divorce decree stating that the car belongs to you, and not your ex, then you should be able to get it taken care of at the department of motor vehicles. If it is not on your divorce decree then you will have to have it amended.
It depends on the terms of the will and the divorce decree. In most cases, no, the divorce removed all rights.
You can have another person cosign for that person. As long as your the primary you wont need her to get her off the lease.
evict them go to the court house and file eviction papers if they are not on the lease or mortage....or just have them removed ;)
Go to where you got the car from, you might have to go to court though too depending.
It all depends on whose name is on the deed to the property or if there is a written lease agreement. If the property belongs to your mother in law she can evict you unless you have a lease. If your name is on the deed with your soon to be ex-spouse then only a court can force you to vacate the premises.
but them in a box in the garage
It depends if his already been divorce from his ex wife. But not before he have a written divorce papers saying he is finally divorce.
you lost your husband and a car too! They don't have to give you any notice. The divorce settlement should have included you being taken off the title with no financial responsibility whatsoever for the car.
You will probably have to go to circuit court to make him sign it.
No, divorce papers are NOT void
The ex-wife has the car. His estate has no rights in the vehicle.
No. After a divorce, the ex-wife is the ex-wife.
Since it was awarded to you, he needs to sign the title. You can take the title in as well as the paperwork from the divorce which proves you get the car to the county auditor's office (or the place where you get a registration) and get a new title ordered plus a registration.
You marry a dinosaur and then divorce it.
Absent a written agreement or strong evidence to the contrary, the right to lease, manage and collect rent on property follows ownership. If the property is tied up in a divorce, then the divorce court will make a ruling if the matter is brought to its attention.
Maggie is his sister, not his ex-wife.
If the divorce court did not specify who gets to live in the house, the ex is a legal tenant and has a right to use of the property. If the house was granted to you, you will need to lawfully evict the ex.
Whoever the divorce decree says owns it, unless some more recent document explicitly changes that. That said... "you and your ex refinanced after the divorce"? That's ... unusual.
Yes, ex wives are legally entitled to use their ex husband's surname.
In the United States, each state has its own laws concerning car titles. In some cases depending on how the car is titled, only one signature is required to sell the car. In divorce cases you need to read the divorce decree. A car is normally included in the divorce decree. A judge's signature is better than your signature. Still, each nation has different laws. You will need to check the law for your local jurisdiction.
The ex-wife has no legal interest in her ex-husband's property unless she was specifically mentioned in his will with an acknowledgment the gift should be given even after a divorce. The divorce severs the legal relationship enjoyed by people who are legally married.