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

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Posted: February 22, 2011, 10:09 am - IP Logged

If he gets anything, he needs to pay child support!

She works hard, he can help then!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

But it seems that he would probably just waste whatever he would get, so let her keep it all and just call "his" share child support!

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    Posted: February 22, 2011, 10:33 am - IP Logged

    what if the courts give him half the winnings .then they take half back for child support and to top it off   the lady that he lives with take him for the rest of the money  wouldn't that be funny

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      Posted: February 22, 2011, 3:52 pm - 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. :)

      She did'nt have a choice about coming forward after the divorce was final. If she did wait that long, there would have been a strong possibility that she would be charged with Fraud (And he would get ALOT more than he could get now). Since she knew she had won alot of $$$. Bang Head I think it falls under; "Gross value of expectancies and unrecieved inheritances".

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        Posted: February 22, 2011, 6:43 pm - IP Logged

        Just like I commented on the lady who recently won half of the big MegaMillions jackpot....the estranged partner is entitled to half the lottery proceeds.  It seems as though when the winner is a woman, people tend to believe that the man should not get any of the winnings.  However, previous cases of lottery winners who were men resulted in the man having to share the winnings with the estranged wife.  So it has to cut both ways...and I believe most feminists would agree with that.  If not, then women don't truly want to be equals with men....instead, it would appear they want to be superior to men and above the law.

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          Posted: February 22, 2011, 7:31 pm - IP Logged

          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.

          My comment is for the wife because she is the one working her butt off to take care of her kids...

          And I will say it again....... IF THE TURD DID NOT PAY CHILD SUPPORT THEN ALL HE SHOULD GET IS $8,000 AND BE CHARGED BACK CHILD SUPPORT PLUS INTEREST.

          Like a lot of people I have sons and nephews and brothers and uncles.

          I also think that it is real LOW that men have to pay child support and by the time the kid comes of age there is not a dime in the bank for the kid to go to school. You can't tell me that you spend over $200 on a kid every month of the year every year. If you do I would look you in the eye and call you a F***ing liar.

          I also think that is is real SHI**Y that men have to leave their homes when some lying azz woman calls the police and tell them she was hit.

          I also think that it is a crime in nature when a man has to endure being hit by a woman and fear going to jail if he pops her azz back.

          I know it is a real INJUSTICE to be forced to pay for a child that is not yours just because it is discovered later down the line that it is not your kid.

          It doesn't matter if you are married or not. A lot of this shi* is a result of men running amuck in the past now this generation gotta pay the price for what happened before they were born.

          I personally believe that the custodial parent should be held accountable for all the child support money that passes through their hands during the time the money is being received.

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            Posted: February 22, 2011, 8:33 pm - IP Logged

            Does anyone remember this story that was posted Nov. 2010?

             

            Ex-wife gets millions from lottery winner 10 years after leaving him

             

            A UK man who won $90 million in the lottery has been ordered to share his winnings with his ex-wife, who left him for another man 10 years ago.

             

            http://www.lotterypost.com/news/223712

             

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              Posted: February 22, 2011, 9:16 pm - IP Logged

              He should not get shiit. This is greediness. When the lady was working hard, he never bother to go to her, and now when he heard the news he's all greedy. he doesn't deserve it.

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                Posted: February 22, 2011, 10:52 pm - IP Logged

                Does anyone remember this story that was posted Nov. 2010?

                 

                Ex-wife gets millions from lottery winner 10 years after leaving him

                 

                A UK man who won $90 million in the lottery has been ordered to share his winnings with his ex-wife, who left him for another man 10 years ago.

                 

                http://www.lotterypost.com/news/223712

                 

                Once again GREED REARS IT'S UGLY HEAD!!!

                I Agree!

                 

                I don't care what foot the shoe is on. In the end its all bull----. I've truely decided never to remarry after my divorce is final.

                 No No Greed is Bad, our Justice System is Worse.

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                  Posted: February 22, 2011, 11:21 pm - IP Logged

                  I agree with you OLdSchoolPa.

                  LOve the fact people have opinions here! Just cant quite grasp the double standards and assumptions. None of us know all the facts or even the true facts of the matter to make educated remarks be it legal or otherwise. I remain open to the fact that since they werent legally divorced the courts need to rule on the distribution of equity. Who's to say he didnt take care of her early on in the marriage....Ohh thats right, The man is "supposed" to take care of the wife.....

                  The lady needs to count her blessings, she has healthy children and they are in her care. That is more then winning any lottery! Money can be replaced, children...not so easy. They are a lifetime investment and I dont mean it from having to pay for them but what you invest in them to be upstanding adults.....

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                    Posted: February 23, 2011, 1:55 am - IP Logged

                    "However, Irish Central reports that Eisel's co-workers at the Saloon Bar in Long Beach say her ex-husband shouldn't get a share."

                    Well no problem, then. Just tell the judge and everything will be just fine.

                    Seriously, what part of "'til death do you part" is so hard to understand? Marriage is a legal contract, and the length of the contract is for a well known standard time period. I agree that it would make an awful lot of sense if it could be dissolved as easily as other contracts if both parties agreed in writing that they wished to dissolve the contract, but that's not how it works right now. Until the rules for terminating the contract are changed, agreeing that you're going to terminate it and terminating it are different things.

                    FWIW, the law already has a perfectly workable solution called a pre-nup. Besides specifying how property will be divided if the marriage ends there's probably no reason it can't also specify that the financial relationship will end when one partner files for divorce, assuming the divorce is granted. Idon't see any problem with enforcing a contract written when filing for divorce saying the same thing, either. Of course the partner has to agree to the terms, and if this guy was a deadbeat and didn't play the lottery there's no reason he'd agree to just let her keep it.

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                      Posted: February 23, 2011, 1:22 pm - IP Logged

                      Congrats to her...to him?!?!?  This is going to be a complete mess.

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                        Posted: February 24, 2011, 5:06 pm - IP Logged

                        Sometimes when you're not wise in your business this is what happens, vulchers are always waiting for that opportunity.  I was told by a ex in-law when I was separated from my ex, that if something happen to him due to the crazy lifestyle he had, I am still liable unless I was divorced.  I did'nt argue, debate or say a word I just used it as a word to the wise and quietly filed for divorce immediately.  I knew what I was dealing with. I could see him trying some mess like this.

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                          Posted: February 24, 2011, 5:22 pm - IP Logged

                          I've seen worst when ex girl/boy friends or even co-workers tried to make a claim there was once an agreement if either ever won a lottery jackpot that they would share.  Such claims are usual made figuring the winners would rather easily share their winnings than have them tied up in an expensive court fight for years.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                             
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                            Posted: February 24, 2011, 10:03 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 ??

                            Totally agree.  Make him pay off his own debts by himself.

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                              Posted: March 2, 2011, 5:04 am - IP Logged

                              The identity of lottery winners should not be made public, state lotteries in Australia can not reveal the identity of winners without their permission, 99.9% of winners choose NOT to go public.

                              We all get a lot out of lotteries!