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Utah is an equitable distribution state. So a court would divide up property by doing what is fair when all factors are considered. It would be best if you could both come to a written separation agreement on how you want to divide property and debts and then have the judge sign off on that at time of divorce. As far as the repair issue goes, usually the spouse that keeps a certain vehilce is the one who is responsible for the repair on it.
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