THanks for that
If the wife brought one of the cars to the marriage, she would typically leave the marriage with the same car...the husband would not typically acquire an interest in that car.
In the other car, they would own together...and if they divorce
they will need to "split it"
Obviously they are not going to cut it in 1/2 literally...but they can divide when the determine assets.
Example; lets say the car is worth $10k today...and there is 20K in other assets...if the wife keeps the whole car, then the husband will get credit towards the $5k he is giving to the wife. So in this example, if the entire marital property is $30k ($10k car, $20K other), and the wife keeps the entire car, then husband will get credit towards the rest of the property...so, husband gets $15k of property, wife gets car ($10k) and $5k of property.
That is just one example...there are lots of ways to divide and if they agree (and its fair) you can go with that manner. If they can not agree, the court will need to get involved and divide
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