2 years later

Ex-wife Served ex-husband with personal property law Suit But was divorced on March 23 of 2023 been separated since 2020. But is now coming after his motorcycle because it was the only thing he had left that was from the marriage, she took all marital property. It was the only thing he got from the marriage because her name is on it the title she won’t it too, and wants it to be sold and her get all of the money and give it to him in several text messages in the past

If the motorcycle was purchased during the marriage (between the date of marriage and date of separation), then it is marital property and the value is subject to being divided equally between the spouses.

If equitable distribution is finalized, or the divorce was granted and no claim for equitable distribution was ever filed, then the motorcycle would become the property of the title owner or the party with possession unless a court order or separation agreement states differently.

Anna Ayscue

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