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What to do if a married couplee owns 2 vehicles and the husband decides to file for bankruptcy but the wife does not?

Question Details: They decide to separate. The husband agrees to sell one of the cars to the wife. Would the court attempt to negate the sale of the vehicle to the wife? Or, if the wife paid the husband for the car and took title of the car, could the court seize the vehicle? If so, would there be any legal recourse whereby the wife could regain possession of the car?

Monique Okoye / Vulcan Legal Group Answered 6 years ago | Contributor
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