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Could you explain a little more?
How did you become the lienholder?
Did you pay for the car in cash?
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Thank you for the information.
Unfortunately, this is not going to be a simple repossession case because you are married. You would need to file lawsuit against her in Court for an Order to take the car back if she is refusing to give the car back to you. In the alternative, you can retain the services of a repossession company to repossess the car for you. That way, you would be protected by the repossession company's insurance if the repossession goes wrong.
Goodluck with your case,