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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I have a son of my own so I can only imagine what you're going through. Here are some answers to your question to help you out:
1. If your son's vehicle is on your property without your consent, you can have it towed. My recommendation would be to contact him to tell him this is happening.
2. If your husband and your son owned stocks together, and your son converted those stocks to his own name, then your son could be liable for theft or conversion. You may be able to recover some damages from him either informally or through the courts.
3. With his student loans, who is responsible as a party depends in part on whether you took out a parent PLUS loan or whether the loan was taken out in his name alone. If it was his name alone, then he is responsible for the loan and you aren't required to pay anything else. If it was a parent PLUS loan, then you are responsible for the payment.
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