My fiance sold my sisters car after she passed: advice?

So I have a question I’d like u to ask, my fiancé sold my sisters car after she passed and told me a lie about the car. I had no time to grieve or anything. My fiancé said it was just in the way but he has his brothers car that he’s had for a long time I’d just like to get ppls thoughts on it

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Help a mama out and respond anonymously on our forum. My fiance sold my sisters car after she passed: advice?

Honestly what he did was consider legal car theft

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Did he forge a signature or have authorization to sell i? I’d sell his brothers car :red_car: lol

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Oh he would be kicked to the curb . He don’t give two craps about your feelings . Tell him to sell his brothers car or your gone .

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It’s your turn to sell your brother in laws waka now

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Sell his brother’s car

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Yall let men get away with toooooooo much

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Contact an attorney.

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Then leave him. Ass hat

Absolutely ridiculous. He should have discussed it with u as u r the direct family member of the owner of the car who is now deceased. Huge red flag spotted! He is a selfish man and you will see the traces of his selfish nature in future too i believe.

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How did he sell it without her signature on a title?

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You mean your ex fiancé don’t you?!?!

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Why did u let him in the 1st place. He is not legally responsible or entitled to do this. I would be upset, unless it was discussed

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Tell him sell brothers car and you get profits or you make a police report … once this happens I’d personally dump him.

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Sell his brothers car :woman_shrugging:

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That was truly deceitful. That’s a red flag you need to think about. I hope he at least gave you the money. Cause that’s stealing

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Major red flags! Who dies he think he is selling it in the first place?!

That was not his place

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I agree … but I wouldn’t sell it… it get the wreck yard to come take his brothers car and smush it . But I mean habahha that would start a different issue hahaha but I’m petty sometimes

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That’s fkd up period

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And your marrying him?

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That is horrible!!! This is not ok for him to take upon himself and do this to you!! RUN NOW!!! If he will do this then what else is he going to do to you?

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Press theft charges. Break up with him.

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Why are you with him

Get rid of him as quick as he got rid of her car or demand he get rid of his brothers. That’s screwed up.

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Need more info…did he have the title? There’s way too much missing to actually speak on this situation.

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How did he without title? Permission? Doesn’t make sense

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Two wrongs don’t make a right. And it’s not going to make you feel better only worse. Sit down and talk to him. Tell him how you feel about it. If he don’t won’t to or don’t care let his ass go

I have a word but i cant say it or ill get in trouble get rid of his brothers car see how he feels :sleepy:

I’d sell his brothers car… than tell him sorry it was taking up space :hugs:

Sell him tf get the car back is what id do screw haven a man that way around it will get way worse after that I do

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Call the police and get the car back. He didn’t have and right to sell a possession that wasn’t his. Then dump his ass.

Get rid of him, major red flag. :worried:

I don’t even know how he could have sold anything that was in her name legally :thinking:

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Enough reason for me to bring charges and break engagement! Who even thinks of doing this to someone they are supposed to love??

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How did he get the pink slip to sell it?

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Run. But sell his brothers car first

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How did he get the title to the car to sell it?

all he cares about is what he thinks

This is so wrong on so many levels!! And he wouldn’t be my fiancé anymore!

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How can someone sell a car that isn’t theirs? clearly her name was on the title right?

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I’m still trying to figure out how YOUR fiancé sold YOUR sister’s car. You shouldn’t be asking us this question, you should be asking the authorities. He had to do something illegal to sell that car. Your sister’s name was on the documents. He would get that car back OR his a** would be sitting in jail for car theft and fraud because that’s EXACTLY what it was. Where do y’all be finding these “men”?

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You can file for lost title if he did charges leave him now he’s trash

I would lose my sh×t!!!

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Oh. Wait. YOUR fiancé?! I thought at first it was her fiancé. Girl, save yourself the pain. I don’t know what to tell you to do from a legal standpoint, but the minute somebody shows you who they really are, you need to pay attention.

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Not sure how he could do this. If it was titled to her, he shouldn’t have been able to sell it. Also, are you her only heir?

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He couldn’t have legally sold the car unless it was in his name. He would have had to forge her signature. That’s a crime. So is theft. Your boyfriend is a criminal.

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He’s selfish and sneaky. I’m hoping you took all the money he made off her car, because it rightfully should go to you. I wouldn’t marry him… who knows what else he’d keep from you!

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Incredibly unacceptable, selfish, and illegal. He had no rights to the car, he can’t legally sell it. And he didn’t give you time to grieve?? I don’t usually tell people to break up instead of working things out but girl. Throw the whole :clown_face: away, he has 0 respect for you, your feelings, and your personal belongings.

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…is the car not in her name? And what did he do with the money?

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Leave him now! That’s so terrible!!! That’s a low low thing to do!

Unworthy of marriage not sorry

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Wasn’t his decision to make & probably wasn’t legally either. Was the title I’m his name? I’d be beyond pisses & feel betrayed

Hell nah. Who got the money? Him? He is in no position to make that decision.

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I’d be packing his bags and chucking him out (or packing mine and leaving, whatever is right in the situation), then be seeking legal advice - assuming he was legally allowed to sell the car. I’d not be doing anything to his brother’s car as suggested in a few comments, because you don’t want to stoop to his level, you’re better than that xx

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Need more information. How did he get the title? Did he have her death certificate or a will that stated the car was his? Was he on the title at all as previous owner, like he sold it to her? Did he forge signatures? Regardless he did not consider your feelings at all. I would really think about if marrying him or even staying with him is the right thing to do for you.

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How did he legally sale your sister’s car. If his name wasn’t on the title he couldn’t have legally sold it

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Definitely wasn’t his place to do anything with your sisters car. I’d be selling everything he owns

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I’m sorry for your loss unfortunately if it was in his name it’s legal… been in similar situation it’s sucks

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Call the police. They can look up everything. That’s so disgusting. If there is any proof it was given to you, he is done for. I would absolutely not put up with that

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Google Inheritance theft or estate theft, there is no doubt what he did was illegal you need to decide what learning curve he deserves

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I’m still trying to figure out how he did it…how you let him get away with and how he is still your fiance smdh

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I would be upset for sure seems like he just wanted some money and I’m sorry if he can do that he doesn’t respect you or your sister who passed you probably should leave his ass. So God damn disrespectful. I’m so sorry for your loss I couldn’t imagine losing my sister :heart:

Ohhh, HELL NAW! :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: He’s wrong for that shit! Not his to sell…WTAF?!

He shouldn’t have done that without your permission at all!

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It was not his to sell. Make him get it back Tell him you are going to report him for selling stolen good

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Oh, hell nah. His ass would be sitting in jail. You need to report that. Idk if you would report it as stolen or what. But, however he sold it, he did illegally. I’d definitely press charges for that & sell his brothers car while his ass is sitting in jail.

How this happened is beyond me !!! Because you have to have the title in his name! Then you have to have the death cert! Also SS card & DL!!! So you need to take it from there!!!

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I would be more than upset :cry: I’m so sorry.

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As much as my husband and I fight… He would never hurt me like that. That man isn’t worth marrying. No ma’am.

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Why would he sell the car? He has no right to do anything that belonged to your sister

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He had to have illegally sign the pink slip!

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He had no right to do that may you should sell his brothers car see how he likes it

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And you are still with him?

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He needs to sell his brothers car and give u the money from the sale . Did he get a sales slip ? If I have a pic of it I’d post it and report it as being stolen . Hope u have vin # license #

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How did he sell her car?

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sell his brothers car and his car!! fuck that. i have a deceased brother and after they pass selling any of their shit is a no go, especially to be made by him.

I’d want the money. That’s for sure. I’d also be absolutely livid

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He had no right to do that unless your sister bequeathed it to him. The sale was illegal. He has some questions to answer.

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Some info is missing was his name on the title?

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Kick him to the curb…get him arrested on theft…

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Hes no good for u. Doesnt put ur best interests at heart :cry:

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So he forged signatures in order to do so on top of it all? Lol wow!

Who’s name was the car in
Was it left to you
If so he has broken the law
Piss him off
He doesn’t care about you
Selfish prick

She would be getting it back if it was me

He would have had to commit forgery to do it. He should be in jail. This is a wake up call, get away from this loser!

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That was yours to decide what you wanted to do with it. I’d press charges. He stole that car.

Id call it theft and file charges. Check with a lawyer to see. Then RUN!!

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That’s not his place to do that and he shouldn’t have been able to do that without your signature, unless he was the owner of the car. Hell naw….that’s not acceptable!!

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He sounds like a thief.

My question is how did he sell it without her signing the title?

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How he was able to sell something that not his ?

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Move his brothers car and tell him you sold it. See what happens?

Tell this to the police n don’t tell him anything he used your loss as his gain he doesn’t give AF ABOUT IT ILL TELL U THAT MUCH

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He should’ve waited till you were ready to part with it. I’m not feeling that lying to you about it either

What was it? Was it valuable? I know it had to have sentimental value to you. I ask because if it was something worth value he probably got a good dollar for it. The sale was illegal if he didn’t have proof of ownership. He could be arrested for that. If a notary was involved in the transfer of the title, they are liable too. Even with a death certificate if he wasn’t executor or had POA, it wasn’t his to sell. So many things are wrong here. This should be a huge red flag. You need to do something. He can’t do that.

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Narcissist behavior. It’s going to get much worse. Get rid of him quickly. That car was none of his business.

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There is missing context here. Whose home was the car residing at? How long has it been there for ? …. Because it seemed as if it was on his property and he wanted to get rid of it so if you weren’t gonna make that happen in a timely fashion than he took the initiative and removed that stress off your plate. Holding onto a car and letting it depreciate even further in value and having it sit and rot in front of your house or your driveway makes absolutely no sense. I see that he still holding onto his brothers car you mentioned that, But is his brother still able to come back and get that car? Or does It hold more value than your sister’s did. Monetarily not emotionally. I think that might be the difference. I also do not know what your property looks like or what condition it’s in. neighbors have the right to call and complain if there is an eyesore and you can be fined if you don’t have it removed. I think he should’ve consulted you but I don’t think this is a big deal at all unless you had the intention of using the car, he did you a favor. Provided he gave you the money and if he didn’t give you the money are you contributing to the household or Maintenance in any other way? What was the lie about the car? And how do you know it was a lie? There’s not enough information here to give you solid advice and everybody saying get rid of the guy has clearly been burned and has no business sharing their thoughts if they’re just gonna spread negativity without knowing the whole story.

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How was he able to sell? Not right