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I am sorry to hear about this situation. Someone in your situation can enter into a lease agreement with her to lease her the vehicle. See a sample lease agreement HERE.
The problem is that your lender may not approve of the lease. You may wish to check with the lender to see if they will allow it - they may not. Some people still choose to go ahead and lease anyway, without telling the lender.
Assuming the lease is executed, there is nothing else that really needs to be done. The friend can use the lease as a basis to get insurance on the vehicle, for example, and for the duration of the lease, get road tags etc in her name.
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