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

Topic closed. 48 replies. Last post 6 years ago by AuntiePat.

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rdgrnr's avatar - walt
Way back up in them dadgum hills, son!
United States
Member #73904
April 28, 2009
14903 Posts
Posted: March 9, 2011, 12:06 am - IP Logged

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.

You have to consider all the extenuating circumstances in the reasons for their separation, Louise.

The man is not automatically the bad guy.

She could have been a bad wife.

For instance, maybe he told her to get in the kitchen and make him a homemade apple pie and she didn't do it right away.

Bet you didn't consider that.







"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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    butterflykt's avatar - Lottery-043.jpg

    United States
    Member #102743
    December 25, 2010
    108 Posts
    Posted: March 9, 2011, 9:13 am - 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.

    Agreed...and I am a woman.

    All things are possible to those that believe!!!!!!Wink

      oncap's avatar - Lottery-012.jpg
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      Member #106563
      February 21, 2011
      25 Posts
      Posted: March 15, 2011, 1:04 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 ??

      In total agreement... you took the words right out of my mouth!!

        AuntiePat's avatar - animaniacs10
        Just outside of Cleveland, OH
        United States
        Member #54079
        August 3, 2007
        106 Posts
        Posted: March 17, 2011, 4:56 am - IP Logged

        Perhaps the fair thing would be for the Family Court Judge to set his Child Support at $10,000 a month since it is supposed to be tied to ability to pay once a minimum threshhold has been met.  This would leave him plenty of money upon which to live IF HE'S CAREFUL (HAH!).  She won the money but has the kids so she should have access to the lion's share of the money. 


        Actually a Family Court Judge should order that a portion of his settlement should be set in a trust for the maintainence of his children by his wife, only then would he be permitted to collect what he NEVER would have had, were it not for his ex-wife.


        OR. . . . .she could stall the divorce proceedings indefinitely until he signs an agreement adjusting his share of her ticket down to a reasonable amount.