I got this email from her:
I have made several attempts to contact you about our shared vehicle the 2015 Lexus RX 350. As a signed CO-BUYER (not co-signer) of the vehicle I am asking to exercise my EQUAL rights to the vehicle and request possession
of the vehicle. I am open to discussion removing my self from the vehicles title by you taking full possession of the vehicle through refinancing. Otherwise, should you refuse my right as a co-buyer of our shared vehicle you will have left me no choice but to sue for the vehicle and or request the lender to reposes the vehicle (I have also already contact Carmax to inform them of the potential request of prepossessing and received the documents needed). While this may negative impact both credit scores, again you have left me with no alternative but to contact an attorney to assist in resolving this matter.
As long a I am a Co-Buyer of the vehicle, (I'm not not co-signer) I have have equal rights to the vehicle and it is my right to know where the vehicle is as well. I have requested a copy of the title, registration and proof of insurance
through the DMV
. If this information is not up to date, including the address of where the vehicle is kept I will be reporting it as a stolen car as I have no way to locate our shared vehicle.
I am sorry it has come to this, especially while you are currently going through a divorce. I especially feel bad about being forced to sue for the vehicle as this is something you have gone through in the past and I hate to have you revisit the experience. I hope this can be worked out amicably.