The debt is transferred to your estate.
It still has to be paid, depending on the contract you signed of course, but is handled by the Executor along with any other debts you may leave.
Any creditor can make a claim on your estate but these claims may not all have the same legal standing. If there is a dispute it may need to be decided by a court of law. This should be avoided at all costs as it is expensive.
You will lose the car if the Auto title loan is not paid. The lapse in repayment can result in reposession of the car.
no because if something happens then it happens to both of you.
As far as the auto loan you cosigned for, nothing will happen as long as the person who actually borrowed the money makes the payments on time.
Auto loan calculators are not reliable. Although they can sometimes predict auto loan payments correctly, they are often inaccurate and can cause issues.
The estate has to resolve the loan, either through selling the car or returning it to the lender.
You can refinance an auto loan at any place you can get an auto loan. It may be best to use an agency in which you have already gotten a loan through before.
An auto loan is a secured loan. A lien on the car helps the lessen the risk for the lender.
Just for the auto.
There are several useful auto loan calculators online. The one found at http://www.bankrate.com/calculators/auto/auto-loan-calculator.aspx gives you a lot of information/
You may be able to receive an auto loan through a bank or savings. The government may not provide you with an auto loan.