I got divorce in 2010 and got a car- 2004 Saturn ION with 120k mileage, with new starter and almost in perfect condition except for missing bumper, that is still under my late ex-husband's name. I sold it to a friend in 2012 for super cheap price because my friend's husband said he could do all the paperworks (title
etc) without me. And that all he needed to do was to have my late ex-husband sign a certain affidavit. He got that from him before he died in that same year. To make the story short, DMV
won't honor the affidavit because the car is less than 10 years old. And to make matters worst, at least for them, a released of lien was still attached to the title. So I got the released of lien from the lien holder after making several calls and going to DMV. So I told them about it and asked for another 1,200 since they got it for only 800 under different circumstances. Oh wait, I almost forgot to mention, that he told me that we would give me another 500 just to get the title. And I said yes, without thinking that it would take a lot of my time just to do it and just being a nice person that I am. I am not an idiot nor trying to scam them since I can sell that car for more than 2,000. And the reason I am asking them for another 1,200 to make it 2,000 even is because of everything that I did. Remember, I sold it for 800 provided that they would do everything and he said he could get the title and that he researched about it. BotXXXXX XXXXXne here is that they won't pay another 1,200 and said that we should stick with another 500 or I they'll sue me. Do they have a case? I even told them that I would give half of their money, 400, since they've been driving
the car since March 2012, and just return it to me. Instead, he texted me and told me to get a lawyer. Thanks.