My wife wants a divorce, after a short 2 years of marriage. She's cheated on me, and basically just been immature, and though it hurts, I don't mind moving on to better things. Neither of us want to end up solving this in a court, but I'm hung up on one thing - She wants to keep a new car I purchased after we were married. It's entirely in my name. I know she'd never be approved to continue paying for it, and I don't want to pay for her means of visiting her new boyfriends, I'd rather just sell the damn thing and pay down the remaining loan.
Is she allowed to ask for the car? I can't find what Canadian law says about specific stuff like this.
>he fell for the marriage meme
marriage is nothing but a business contract and something that the lawyers use to milk you off your money. your lucky you didn't have kids like this guy and had to pay child support.
welcome to the real world not just /r9k/ or /pol/ idiocy but just "man up" right? take that gun of your mouth and just "man up" .Deal with the fact that your wife took your kids, house, is collecting alimony and child support while denying you any access to your children.
She's allowed to ask for anything she wants but that doesn't mean she is entitled to get it.
The car is a big problem. The title and finance can't remain in your name. Unless she buys the car from you, paying out your finance, then you need to sell it and split any money left over after the finance is paid out.
If you want to be generous let her keep the proceeds of the sale after the finance has been repaid. Under no circumstances leave it under finance with your name attached, so don't act as guarantor or co-sign.