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    Marketeer
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    You may need to contact the website where you found the spousal petition directly to ask them about Attachment A. Unfortunately, no one who posts here regularly is a California probate attorney.

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  • mtngal
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  • Vehicle stuck between two states - Probate California

    Hello, My late husband and I moved back to California from Colorado a few years before his death to cancer in 2011. We brought with us a 1991 pick-up truck that has a Colorado title with Joint Tenancy with Rights of Survivorship (JTWRS). The title is in both our names. My husband registered it in California, but did not change the title. I went to DMV in California to change the title to CA and have his name taken off of it. California will not remove his name and issue me a new title as the former title is from Colorado. I checked with Colorado, they cannot take his name off the title as I am no longer a resident of their state. The DMV in California has referred me to get a court order to remove his name. I found a Spousal Property Petition online which says I should include 'attachment a'. I've searched high and low and am unable to locate an 'attachment a' anywhere. Does someone know where to find this? I need to know if I am on the right track with these forms and if I should just file them in my county court and just show up. At this point in time the truck does not pass smog and is worth about $500 to me, so I'd like to get this done on the cheap. Thanks!
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