Thanks for choosing Justanswer.com! I look forward to helping you today. She cannot come get your truck if it is titled in your name. No repo company will work with her if the truck is not in her name. If she has a key, you may want to change the locks. But she is not entitled to come take your truck. Now, that does not mean that the judge will not consider it part of the marital estate, but until the court does so, you are not obligated to give it to her and she is not authorized to come get it. Please just let me know if you have any more questions. If not, please don't forget to click on the green accept button in the answer box so that I can receive credit for helping you. It is the only way I can receive compensation for my time and it will charge you nothing further to press accept. Thanks so much.
If you have taken all the debt, then it is highly unlikely the judge would award her this vehicle.
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