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I was not able to get to him. His mom and sister are refusing to give our vehicle to me. What r my rights?

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I think that you need more help, than we can offer. We only deal with the very elderly, nursing homes, illnesses, etc.
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Ok I read this as he is in jail and the car was impounded by the police. His name is on the title and you are his wife. His family paid $1900 to get it out of the impound. Am I right? If so you have no rights to the car, sorry. Like too many wives, you are left high and dry. Sorry.
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Husband is 39, in a situation, with a car and you are not on the deed. If you don't panic, maybe his mother and sister will sort this out, once he pays them what he owes them to get his own car back. They have a longer history knowing his past issues, are you sure you even want to see him and get the car back, or let them have him and the car? Who is going to pay the next car payment, because if it not you, and you don't have possession of the car so you should not pay a debt that is not yours for an asset you don't have, then the true lienholder will reposses the car, problem settled. Get yourself some help for you.
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Phoenix602, please go back and read the questions that were asked earlier, and if you could please answer them for us. The more information we get, the better we can help you.

Are you caregiving for your husband? If so, what are the medical issues? Why was the vehicle towed? Illegally parked? Impounded? Reprocessed?
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Is your husband ill, or is the "situation" that he's incarcerated?
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I reported it stolen
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And he has been telling them to give it to me and they are refusing as are saying they pay 1900 dollars to get it out of trouble yard which no it should have been WAY less than that I have the proof on it
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Because they think they own everything in their selfish going people and he has no help you choose he is 39 is I wasn't able to speak with him at the time all this took place but the tow yard would not let me have a vehicle that was not on the title but we've been married 6 years that was purchased a couple months ago so actually the tow yard in the wrong and so his mom and sister from what I just spoke with the lawyer
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"Our vehicle". Are you an Auto Club member?
Why would they be refusing?
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Ok, reviewing your post, is your husband alive? We don't know, sorry.
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Got key, will travel.
Were you separated? Legally? What's up?
BE BOLD.
Do you live in a community property state? Is he nearby?
Just guessing how to help because your question is not clear what the problems you are having, and why. I can say, that if you are married, you still have all the rights of a spouse. A married couple has community property, your husband cannot sign the management of your part away, you would have to agree.
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If his mom or sister is acting as his power of attorney and he's given one of them permission to do do, it is exactly as if your husband were doing those things as far as your and his financial life is concerned. If the car is in his name and his POA won't let you have it, there's not much you can do. If it's in both of your names, you may be able to get it, but I have a feeling cops won't help.

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Seriously, though, if you name is on the car - go get it.
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Move his a** in with them!
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Phoenix602, we need more information. Could you tell us how old is your husband and what were his health issues that caused him to have to have his mother and sister become his Power of Attorney? Or were there no health issues and he wanted his legal paper work in order?

What happened that you weren't able to be by your husband's side when all this was going down? Or did he decide to do this on his own? And why isn't he giving you the car for you to use?
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If your name is on the car title, get the sheriff and go get your car.
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He can revoke that power of atty by making a new one, naming you. It will be ok! Then you can demand the return of the car since it is one of his assets. Consult an atty for the details, it will be worth it.
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You have the right to consult an attorney.
POA only kicks in when the person is incapacitated, usually. Is he unable to insist that they return the car to you?
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