Call the finance company just to inquire. You don't have to give them your whole name or the account number but just want to ask some questions. Print out the SCRA guidelines as well as your DH's orders. I initially thought that because you were on it as well that they might hold you liable but per the reg's dependents are also not held liable if the below requirements are met. Good Luck.
This should also help:
Q: WHO MAY TERMINATE A MOTOR VEHICLE LEASE?
A: Active duty service members, who enter into “a lease of a motor vehicle used, or intended to be used, by a
service member or a service member’s dependents for personal or business transportation”, may terminate their
motor vehicle leases. The lease can be terminated if the service member receives “military orders for a
permanent change of station (PCS) outside of the continental United States or deployment orders for not less
than 180 days”. Activated Reservists and certain National Guardsmen, as previously qualified above, can also
terminate their motor vehicle leases, if the lease was entered into prior to active duty. In this situation, the
service member must receive orders to active duty for at least 180 continuous days.
Q: HOW CAN I TERMINATE A MOTOR VEHICLE LEASE?
A: As with the termination of real property leases, the service member must deliver a written notice of
termination to the lessor (vehicle leasing company), along with a copy of military orders. This notification is
also to be delivered by hand, private business carrier, or mailed, return receipt requested, to the address
designated by the lessor. The service member must then return the motor vehicle to the lessor within 15 days of
the date of delivery of the termination notice. The lease is effectively terminated once a proper termination
notice is delivered to the lessor and the motor vehicle is returned within the appropriate time frame.
Q: MAY CHARGES BE IMPOSED FOR BREAKING A MOTOR VEHICLE LEASE?
A: For motor vehicle leases, “the lessor may not impose an early termination charge, but any taxes, summonses,
and title and registration fees and any other obligation and liability of the lessee in accordance with the terms of
the lease, including reasonable charges to the lessee for excess wear, use and mileage, that are due and unpaid at
the time of termination of the lease shall be paid by the lessee”.