The IRS doesn't have the power to do that (that I am aware of). Some states might suspend your state license if you owe them taxes, but it's rare.
No. You have to be 18 or have a legal guardian appointed. In some cases a minor may live with another adult relative or friend of the family, with the parents permission.
Nothing, any attempt to transfer or sell property will be considered fraudulent and the court will invalidate the action. This includes changing title to real property, closing bank accounts, selling or transferring assets such as stocks, bonds, etc. It does not include quitting a job to avoid garnishment nor continuing to spend income and/or money held in bank accounts.
No. Not if you signed the title over to the other person.
If they don't pay the loan then your credit will take the hit. If the car is still registered in your name you can take it. If so, do you realize how risky it is to allow someone to drive a car that is registered in your name? You are responsible for any fines incurred, any damages in an accident, and especially if anyone is injured. You are making a grave mistake.
CC debts are generally considered open accounts. The Texas SOL for an open account is 4 years from the DLA. The SOL applies to litigation action only and does not mean the debt is no longer owed or collection procedures cannot be used. However, any repayment of said debt would have to be done voluntarily by the debtor, unless there are mitigating circumstances.
Please be advised, unethical agencies buy and attempt to collect on SOL expired accounts by the use of intimidation, deceit, and out-and-out threats, such as the debtor will be jailed, lose all their property, their employer,neighbors, family, etc. will be contacted, and so forth. All such tactics are illegal and should be reported to the justice division of the state attorney general in the state where the debtor resides. This also applies to those collectors who claim to be or actually are collection law firms/attorneys.