About 2-3 yrs ago I purchased a car and my uncle was a co signer since I didn't have any credit at all. About 5 months later my uncle died of a heart attack I continued to pay my monthly payments as I was doing in the beginning, and now its 2 years later and the car is still not paid off and it was braking down on me so I went to get it traded in for a new vehicle and to take my uncles name off of the other one. They asked for a death certificate and I provided that, well then the car dealership asked for the executor of the will to sign a release paper so she wont pay (shes my uncles daughter) and she's refusing to sign. The dealers is telling me to take the old car to her and tell her that its her responsibility. What can I do so she can sign this paper!! I need this out of the way
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