Thank you. Once the state dissolved your company, then it was as though the company never existed. As such, no-titled assets are simply divided between the former owners. If this cannot be done, the Court will divide it equitably if a party files for this.
Within this division, titled assets as the vehicles fall back unto whose names the titles are in. If it is in HER name, she can take the vehicles - they belong to her (and actually formally always have, and not the company). If the title is in the company's name, then the Court will decide who gets the vehicle based on that same "equitable" principle (since the company no longer exists, and the former owners cannot agree how to split the assets of the company).
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