Q: Me and my wife are going thru a divorce we used or to co own car. She is taking my name off it. I paid for most of it.
Qe have a daughter of 2 years old o rely on the vehicle for transport if she takes it i would be out of work.
A: She needs it because she has primary custody of the child, right? You "need" it because you have mostly made the payments on it, right? You don't also happen to own a pickup that YOU drive, do you? I'm sorry, this sounds S E L F I S H to me and a divorce judge will PROBABLY see it the same way. Here's the way I (and most my lawyer friends) do divorce settlements: we make 2 columns, "Dad's and Mom's. For everything that goes in mom's column, we'll include a value. Same for dad's column. We TRY to roughly even out the columns so that each party gets a "fair" distribution of personal property. However, if you have a 2 year old, then you're probably in your 20's and my BEST advice to you would be "DON'T SWEAT THE LITTLE THINGS!" As long as you're a decent father, be happy to receive your beautiful 2 yr. old daughter, every other week, alternate holidays, 4-6 weeks in the summer etc. and DON'T BE A DOUCHE, report your income accurately and PAY YOUR CHILD SUPPORT! Your life will be immensely improved in just one year than it is right now!
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