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Estranged husband of N.Y. Lottery winner to sue for his share

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Posted: February 21, 2011, 2:04 pm - IP Logged

Congrats to her! But there's always more to a story and stuff behind the scenes that doesn't get explained ... In New York you have to be legally separated for at least one year before you can get an "uncontested" divorce.  Less time if you want to duke it out in court ... [Obviously I'm speaking from some experience here ...]

She'll probably have to make some little settlement, but I doubt he'll get half! Hopefully she had a good separation agreement made up.

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    Posted: February 21, 2011, 2:06 pm - IP Logged

    They separated a year ago, after 13 years of marriage, and he is now living with a new partner. Patricia and Jamie have three children together.

    The New York Post reports that Jamie Eisel is the subject of $8,000 worth of claims by three banks and the state, according to court records.

     

    If the courts HAVE to give Jamie Eisel anything, they should ONLY give him $8,000 AND make him pay back child support plus interest if any.

    Once again greed rears it's ugly head. It is obvious that he moved on with his life. After all he is shacking up with his new partner.

    Patricia Daley Eisel deserves the best for herself and her children. If there is any justice in this country, greed will not win out.

    I wonder, if Jamie owes three banks $8,000, how much does he owe the loan sharks?

    If the situation was reversed and it has been, the women would scream for the mother to get the money. Women have been divorced for years and have been awarded half by the state. In my heart, I believe a lot of women hate men. Remember, men are your sons, brothers and fathers. Men are the same species as you and only differ a litte. Men and women are the 2 halves of a whole and when mating form the beast with 2 backs.

    If you don't want to share your life, don't marry. If you do marry, it is a contract and lottery winnings are considered marital assets. If you try to hide them, sometimes the courts will award the whole amount to the wronged spouse. Food for thought.


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      Posted: February 21, 2011, 3:23 pm - IP Logged

      He shouldn't get anything . They both agreed to go their own ways a year before.  If I agree to leave a year or even a week ago , am I entitled to come back and get half of your belongings , furniture , clothes etc a year later . She bought the ticket , he paid nothing for it , she signed it not him , it belongs to her.

      He lives with someone else now. He had no intention of returning to his ex.  Also if he had won , do you think his new interest would let her have half ??

      I Agree! Jamie or what ever his name is , isn't entitle to any of her monies he is  just another man taking advantage a woman and her kids. I agree whole heartly Blackie with your assessment.CONGRAT!!!!!!!!!! TO PATRICA AND KIDS.

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        Posted: February 21, 2011, 3:30 pm - IP Logged

        I Agree! Jamie or what ever his name is , isn't entitle to any of her monies he is  just another man taking advantage a woman and her kids. I agree whole heartly Blackie with your assessment.CONGRAT!!!!!!!!!! TO PATRICA AND KIDS.

        hey  when ever  anyone  gets  a  chance  ...look  at  the  new  web  page  for t he  NY  lottery...then  do  a  map  search  for  the  winners  ;

        you  will  see  a  vast  difference  in  winners  all  in  the NY  city  area  and  Alabny ,ny   area ...big  winners  but  buffalo  and  niagra falls  area  not  so  lucky??

         

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          If the situation was reversed and it has been, the women would scream for the mother to get the money. Women have been divorced for years and have been awarded half by the state. In my heart, I believe a lot of women hate men. Remember, men are your sons, brothers and fathers. Men are the same species as you and only differ a litte. Men and women are the 2 halves of a whole and when mating form the beast with 2 backs.

          If you don't want to share your life, don't marry. If you do marry, it is a contract and lottery winnings are considered marital assets. If you try to hide them, sometimes the courts will award the whole amount to the wronged spouse. Food for thought.

          Sun SmileyJeffrey I understand completely what you are saying ,being a woman with six brothers you have a point but if I am strugging to made it and my estrange husban left me and the kids to fend for ourself,sorry he not entitle to my monies.I say the same about a woman that did the same thing. I love men, but will hold them acountable.


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            hey  when ever  anyone  gets  a  chance  ...look  at  the  new  web  page  for t he  NY  lottery...then  do  a  map  search  for  the  winners  ;

            you  will  see  a  vast  difference  in  winners  all  in  the NY  city  area  and  Alabny ,ny   area ...big  winners  but  buffalo  and  niagra falls  area  not  so  lucky??

             

            /Sad

            What are you saying, look where?

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              Posted: February 21, 2011, 4:31 pm - IP Logged

              people would be all over the guy to give her half if he had won. Don't want to share a big jackpot with your ex? Get a divorce before playing.

              Im going threw a divorce right now, we have'nt seen eachother for 3 years 2 months, she hasnt seen our 2 children for over a year and 1/2. If i won during the divorce of course a lawyer would try to get her half.. Remember lawyers make money when there clients make money...

               

              He doesnt deserve anything, after all hes already moved on. Marriage seems more and more like a waste of time. Its easy to get into, hard to get out of. Since he's living with a new partner, by a moral standard, Patricia shouldnt be held to the BUSINESS aspect of a marriage, for a lack of a better word, situations like this are bull----.

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                Posted: February 21, 2011, 4:34 pm - IP Logged

                Her loss, his gain: she should have never married.  Anyway, they weren't divorced, so he's laughing all the way to the bank.

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                  Posted: February 21, 2011, 4:41 pm - IP Logged

                  but remember they say she did file for a divorce, even if the papers are not finalized, that should  mean something, did he even show up for his divorce or what.

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                    Posted: February 21, 2011, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

                    I agree with those that say if the shoe was on the other foot. Amazing how gender plays apart in the fiasco of opinions. Bottom line: The Laws of New York take precedence. Any opinion displayed by posters is not  going to change that law. And just to make matters sweeter, he can then file for alimony. She'll need to get a good lawyer to negotiate the sums.....

                    Child support is a separate issue to be determined thru another system.

                    I personally think ADULTS be they married or not need to stand and fall on their own two feet. But then again I was raised not to ride the coat tails of others.

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                      Posted: February 21, 2011, 6:53 pm - IP Logged

                      Just another reason for all state lotteries to allow people to make their claims anonymously!

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                        Posted: February 21, 2011, 7:23 pm - IP Logged

                        married when ticket wins separated or not=half.

                        also depends on the state where they got married.

                        She should give him half of the money

                        and then give him HIS LEGAL LIABILITES!

                        I would also make sure he paid their college tution.

                        Child support -  Oh my!  at least 750.00 per week.  All medical bills and dental bills and if he is supporting the other woman's children..oh well give them some, too.

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                          Posted: February 22, 2011, 12:53 am - IP Logged

                          Why don't we change the law?

                          The freebie is not permitted to be given to the estranged partner.

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                            Posted: February 22, 2011, 6:08 am - IP Logged

                            well a lot of these cases can be settled out of courtt, and not always fgor half, he maybe claiming half but will settle for less. what her lawyers have to determine is how little will he settle for.

                             

                            or can let the judge decide.either way justice is supposed to be blind so dont matter if its a guy or woman  payout should be the same.

                            but if i was defendant id point ot the fact he never paid child support so its prob best to award some of the  money to me as hes not likely to  pay now he is richer, so its safer in my pocket not his.

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                              Posted: February 22, 2011, 8:21 am - IP Logged

                              In my opinion, its her win so she keeps the bulk of it. Give him some, because she came forward before the divorce was final. I'm thinking she had the kids, he left and made a new life. He couldn't afford childsupport so she didn't divorce him right away. (assuming here...don't know the full story) If he is demanding half. Take him to court. Get childsupport, back dated, then sue for back alimony if she didn't work when they were together. He can't get alimony because the money was won after they seperated. I'm only saying this because she has the kids...if he did I would be siding with him. Also, if he is being a [bleep] then I would also get him for adultry since they are still legally married. He can't afford his bank loans or whatever he has, he sure as hell can't afford a good attorney. If he does find one that will work on a if you win, I win basis, he'll get jipped out of a LOT more money. He might just want to settle and be happy with what he gets. :)

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