Washington  |  Civil Litigation

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Asked on: 3/20/10, 11:52 am

I am being sued by my fathers wife for a down payment on my car. I believe this was a gift for good reasons. But anyhow we never signed a contract. I am in Kansas since a few months ago when she decided to sue me, I believe for vindictive reasons.The car was bought in 05'. She is just now bringing this "loan" up now, after five years, after a falling out we had. What can I do to help my case? And could she win by just having been the one who paid the down payment? And can I counter sue for my expenses back to Washington for the court date? And last but not least, when I moved to Kansas I had trusted my father with my car since I could not bring it at the time. Now since she is suing me, she will not let me have a friend go pick it up. The title is in my name, but not in the car. I believe the registration is there, if she hasn't ransaked it by now. What can I do to get my car back?

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