Check with a locall attorney to be sure, but I'd say YES. I am NOT an attorney. Go to the link below for more reading.
There are currently nine states which offer Community Property status. These states are: Arizona,, Idaho, , Nevada, , Texas, Washington and Wisconsin. The "marital property act" defined Wisconsin as a community-property state, but individual circumstances will dictate how this act is interpreted.
The property laws in these nine states look at property purchased during a marriage as community property and both husband and wife have an equal right to possess the property during their marriage.
car is in wifes and my name, she got a title loan unknowingly from the husband. She defaulted, can they take the car from the husband?
No. If the wife is also on the deed to the premises she would need to voluntarily transfer her interest to her husband by executing a quitclaim deed.No. If the wife is also on the deed to the premises she would need to voluntarily transfer her interest to her husband by executing a quitclaim deed.No. If the wife is also on the deed to the premises she would need to voluntarily transfer her interest to her husband by executing a quitclaim deed.No. If the wife is also on the deed to the premises she would need to voluntarily transfer her interest to her husband by executing a quitclaim deed.
You bet it can, it happened to my husband here in good ole Texas. Even after she defaulted. Imagine that!!
Yess she can be deported , whether voluntarily is another point. It depends where 'here' is and what her nationalality is, and the rules and regulations of 'here'.
if you co-signed on the loan then your credit will be impacted negativly just as his
Unless there is some reason why the husband has authority to sign on behalf of the company, it would be void.Added: IF the husband was legally authorized to sign such a contract, the husband would have to be legallydeclared to have been mentally incompetent at the time that he signed it. Only then could the contract be declared null and void.
as long as you include him on the contract your husband can live with you in section 8 but if he is not included then no
A legal and acceptable contract to become a husband and wife, marriage.
I would say, that in a Community Property Sate( such as Az.), that both ,husband& wife WOLUD have to sign any contract , to lease or purchase,for that contract to be valid.
Depends on the state and their marital status. In some states being married forms implied contracts and If a wife enters into a contract which would more likely than not effect the husband, the husband is included as a party to the contract.
No, she cannot be forced to do so by legal means, but she may do so voluntarily if she wishes.
No. Both owners must sign. The contract is unenforceable.
I'm not sure about ILL. but in VA both signatures have to be on contract. Call a lawyer
Yes they can still take the vehicle. I work for a repossession agency and I know that it sounds cruel, but the car does not belong to you until it is payed off. So by me saying that I am letting you know that your husband technically did not own the car yet and the loan has been in default so they can come repossess their collateral.
depends on how the loan contract was made see a lawyer
No unless his name is on any debt or contract.
If both parties signed the contract then both are responsible. Have the contract reviewed by your attorney and try to negotiate a settlement with the sellers and with your husband through his attorney.
well if your husband is in bankruptcy they are not allowed to repossess the car as long as he is the one in possession of the vehicle, if they do repossess the vehicle you will have a pretty good lawsuit to hand them, if the car is repossessed or actually when , it will show up on both of your credit. so I have a website to help you www.stoptheREPOMAN.com we have repossession consultants that can help with your situation I STRONGLY RECCOMED YOU TRY IT.
Whether or not you can sue your husband for an STD depends greatly on where you live. If you get an STD from your spouse, you can sue for negligence, emotional distress, battery, and breach of contract.
In some countries there should be a legal partnership contract. (Unless your married, in which case, he's your husband). In some countries there are no laws regulating any contract at all. Check with your lawyer.
No, not if the contract was not jointly made.
If he does not cooperate voluntarily, your alternative is to file a lawsuit.
Like her husband did when he chose to stop being an attorney and concentrate on politics, Mrs. Obama chose to leave the legal profession voluntarily. (Reports that she was forced out or that her law license was taken from her are false.) Mrs. Obama decided the focus of her life was going to be helping her husband with his campaign, as well as taking on a number of charitable causes. So she voluntarily let her law license expire. She is still a member in good standing, however, and if she ever decides to be an attorney again, she can simply follow the procedures to renew it.
I have 7 years experience in Defaulted student loans and can not definitively answer this question. My professional opinion is no, but I suggest you call the Dept. of Ed. at 1-800-4Fed-Aid. If they can't give you a definitive answer, then contact the Dept. of Ed. Ohmbudsman's office. If you want your name off of the defaulted student loans, have your ex-husband consolidate the defaulted loans in only his name. You will then be off the hook. It is tough to get defaulted student loans consolidated through a new federal lender these days. One company that I'm sure can help is Default Management Services, Inc. They are the cheapest I have seen and give a 100% money back guarantee on their services. You can Google the company name to get the phone #. Ask for Doug.
In general, states limit the right of a plaintiff to enforce a contract for real property rights (including a lease), unless there is a document signed by the defendant. Your particular state may interpret a lease as a contract that could be enforced if the husband actually acted as if there were a lease, even if he didn't personally sign it, but there could be complicated issues of fact and evidence worth discussing with an attorney.