If Brad and I share one car, which is correct?
Brad and my car is in the garage. OR
Brad’s and my car is in the garage.
I know "Brad and Sally's car is in the garage" is correct -- when they share one car. But not sure when the second part of the compound possessive is a pronoun.
If Brad and I each have a different car — two cars, is the following correct?
"Brad’s and my cars are in the garage." -