I have a restraining order on my ex, which states that I am to have 100% ownership of the vehicle which BOTH our names are on the title. she filed a motion stating she wants the vehicle back. and now were going to court on the 4th for the longterm protective order hearing. Will the judge grant the vehicle back to her?
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I agree that it depends on what happens at the long term hearing - the judge could go either way, does either party have access to another vehicle, the facts will matter; you should consider enlisting the help of an attorney with experience representing people in long term DVRO hearings.
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