Jan. 5th, 2017

sistawendy: (skeptic coy Gorey tilted down)
You may recall that m'boy got in an accident and totaled my Prius. You may also recall that I'm buying Ex's Prius for cheap. Yeah, we're ex-spouses who drive drove the same model of car. Shaddup.

The plan is to put that new car and my son on my insurance. To do that, I need my current name on the title. The path of least resistance seemed to be a name change as opposed to an official sale.

Mistake #1: Ex's name changed in the divorce. They wouldn't let me put both name changes on the title yesterday without a notarization of both our signatures. If Ex wants her correct name on that title, she can do that herself: I changed my name alone on it today. I think that was the very last legal document with my old name on it. I know, I've said that several times over the last several years, and each time I believe it.

Mistake #2: My insurance agent has been trying to save me money by being able to prove "continuous coverage". I just now realize I may have screwed that pooch by cancelling my old insurance in November, before I even talked to him for the first time. The old car was destroyed, so I figured, why pay to insure it? That decision may have long-term implications. Time to call him.

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