My ex husband has refused communication with me for the past two years. We do not have children and do not own a home or vehicles together. The divorce was recently granted, and I would like to collect my personal belongings (legal documents, jewelry, clothes) and my vehicle that has been on his rental property for two years. The title of the vehicle is in only my name. I would like to know if there is any way possible for a family member to collect my things and tow the vehicle. I live overseas and cannot be there. I would have gone to the property of my ex sooner but my safety was at risk (guns on property, alcoholism). I was not happy with the lack of service provided by my lawyer. I do not think I was well advised. I have contacted the sheriff’s office regarding the vehicle but am waiting for a response. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
The only way your family members could collect your things is if your ex-husband agrees to let them enter his property and house. You can send your ex-husband a letter by certified mail listing the things you need to collect that are rightfully yours and expressly stating that you no longer consent to him having those things or you will consider criminal charges.
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