My wife bought a new car, only telling me the day before she was going to pick it up. Her lame story was actually that she was taking over her "girlfriend's" lease as she was moving out of state. The problem was the 'Thank You' card from the dealership that came in the mail, thanking her for her new car purchase. She continues to lie, even though I stopped by the dealership to try and get copies of the paperwork. They denied it based on the Privacy Act, but I thought that mainly applied to government agencies. Not those married to out-of-control spouses.
Now, I know my wife's credit. She has none. She is not a citizen of the U.S. yet. So I am wondering how I can get the name of the person who helped her buy this car. I think I have a right to know just as the spouse. If she defaults on the loan, can't they seize joint assets? [If there are any left after the divorce] At least this explains the recent nights out, where she's returned an sun-up.
Is there any way I can get the details of this purchase in a court of law?