yes when you get married,all property is concidered shared
Yes, if the loan is at the bank where the debit card was issued.
If you had a joint bank account with your spouse, it will automatically pass to you. Check with the bank about changing the title and signature card on the account. To change stocks or bond tittles, check with your stockbroker. If a bank account was held only in the name of your spouse, those assets will have to go through probate. An exception to this would be trust accounts. If you had a joint bank account with your spouse, it will automatically pass to you. Check with the bank about changing the title and signature card on the account. To change stocks or bond tittles, check with your stockbroker. If a bank account was held only in the name of your spouse, those assets will have to go through probate. An exception to this would be trust accounts.
You are the surviving spouse and as such, you get the car along with the debt associated with the vehicle. You could of course just let the bank repossess the car, which would be a horrible idea. You can't keep the car without making the payments. Your choice, pay for it or let it be repossessed.
You CANT legally. She could report it STOLEN if you did. Best thing to do is contact the LENDER and assure them that YOU will make the payments IF they will repo it. AND get the registration out of her name. They can do that AFTER repo. Good Luck and MERRY CHRISTMAS.
Only if it is a joint account or payable on death to the "common law spouse". If it is a sole account in your mother's name then it is a part of her estate.
You should notify the bank immediately that your name was forged on the loan documents. If the loan included a mortgage then the bank is out of luck if it cannot prove you signed it unless your state laws allow one spouse to mortgage their interest in the property. In that case, the bank would only have a mortgage on a one-half interest. You should seek the advice of an attorney.
Only the next of kin can close the account but you have to prove to the bank that person is in fact related to you like a birth certificate stating the deceased name or a marriage certificate bearing the deceased name if it was your spouse.
The state that you reside in would decide that, but the only sure way you as a spouse would have any true right to the car is if your name was on the title/loan and if you continued to make the payments on time.
Bank Routing Number 096017418 belongs to University National Bank. It routing FedACH payments only.
The only way to remove your spouse is by refinancing the mortgage. Your attorney may be able to assist you in negotiating with the bank.
only if it's on a joint acct she can't touch your personnal acct
If they are not listed on the mortgage, then they have no legal obligation to pay the debt. If payments are not made it is only your credit that will be damaged.