Our daughter out of control, worried about her safety--definitely should not be responsible for driving, let alone her own car. Is there ANYTHING I can do to stop this legally (her CAR)? I cannot control ex decision to purchase, my auto insurer said I MUST put her on my car insurance (and good idea to protect myself even tho she doesn't drive my car)...but is there anything LEGALLY I can do to make this difficult? To protect her (and myself)? Not sure whose name car will be in. Am I legally stuck with an out of control teen parking her car in my driveway--and I HAVE to insure a car I don't agree with and want nothing to do with?? Oh wow, any help you can give me, I would be so grateful. I'm afraid this will situation MUCH worse
If you truly have full custody, you can refuse to have the car at your residence and take it back to her mother.
I would insure her to protect yourself. Talk to the lawyer who handled your divorce to be sure that you are within your rights under your decree.
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