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NJ $338 million Powerball winner and ex-girlfriend in court over money

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Posted: November 10, 2013, 1:53 pm - IP Logged

Miss Sanchez attorney is reaching.Just because one is in a relationship for 10 years does not mean you entitled to a piece of the pie if you do not have it in writing and after that fire has gone out. Depending on how young their child is, she is entitled to child support and that's it, sorry but those are the facts.
I think lou Rawls the singer had a similar situation, he broke off with his long term gf and she took him to court claiming that he said he would take care of her " for life- no matter what". The Judge tossed the case.
If she somehow gets half or a third, this opens up a whole new section of the law where we could possibly see people claiming compensation for relationships going back decades.

i think the pertinent matter is  " where they together living in a shared relations, when the ticket was bought? " as far as im concerned ; which has no standing in  court, they could be apart a week a day or a month. if they broke up, and then the ticket was bought its so long sucker. my way would also  foil the   breaking up trick , and then waiting a  year to claim a prize, to avoid sharing.

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    Posted: November 10, 2013, 2:31 pm - IP Logged

    A large chunk of the money already is gone — $57 million has been sent to the Dominican Republic, $5 million was given away, $300,000 was spent on the home in Clifton and $20 million can't be located, according to attorney Michael De Marco of North Haledon, who is representing Sanchez.

     

    I knew he was an idiot for doing that when he won that jackpot and giving money away in the begining.. Come on $57 million gone in a instant like that also $20 milion... 

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      Posted: November 10, 2013, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

      If Pedro is not careful he will wind up dead.

      That money's gone fo ever

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        Posted: November 10, 2013, 2:45 pm - IP Logged

        It would be nice of him to share.  10 years is a long time.  :)

        Don't forget $57 m buys lots of real estate in that country. Thats most likely what he did. I pray. :)

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          Posted: November 10, 2013, 2:48 pm - IP Logged

          This is why if i ever win a big jackpot i will get the 30 year payout and that is safe fall back and get more money...

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            Posted: November 10, 2013, 4:35 pm - IP Logged

            Wow drama drama drama Lurking

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              Posted: November 10, 2013, 5:24 pm - IP Logged

              i wanta be this guy's banker ,lol I'll only misplace a couple mill ,..and I won't spend it like wild fire .

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                Posted: November 10, 2013, 5:37 pm - IP Logged

                Ines Sanchez said Quezada bought the lottery ticket with one of her dollars. My question is " Why didn't Ines sign that lottery ticket also? " If I were that judge in that lottery case, I would have asked that question.And  If I were that judge in that lottery case, I would rule in favor of the defendant Pedro Quezada. All that Pedro Quezada and Ines Sanchez had was a business relationship, that's all, period.

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                  Posted: November 10, 2013, 5:38 pm - IP Logged

                  This has to stop. Unless they were married, she's not entitled to a cent (outside of child support). Men, why get married if 10 years is all it takes?

                  Shacking-Up is not a MARRIAGE and should not be treated as such. Sorry Ms. Sanchez, but you didn't co-sign that ticket. If you couldn't get the guy to marry you during a 10 year relationship, what made you think he'd settle-down after hitting it big?

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                    Posted: November 10, 2013, 5:39 pm - IP Logged

                    Pedro is planning to move back to the Dominican Republic. Gotta be a fool if you think he'll send 57m there without a motive and another $20M that can't be located. Kinda slick, but not slick enough. It will all catch up with him in the end.

                    Too bad. I liked Pedro @ first, mainly because everyone was wishing the worst for him and I always cheer for the underdog..lol

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                      Posted: November 10, 2013, 5:44 pm - IP Logged

                      Ines Sanchez said Quezada bought the lottery ticket with one of her dollars. My question is " Why didn't Ines sign that lottery ticket also? " If I were that judge in that lottery case, I would have asked that question.And  If I were that judge in that lottery case, I would rule in favor of the defendant Pedro Quezada. All that Pedro Quezada and Ines Sanchez had was a business relationship, that's all, period.

                      Yep. This lady was as ill-prepaired to win as Pedro. If it were her dollar he used to purchase the ticket, she was <snip> foolish not to have co-signed it. Even the state agrees that she's not entitled to anything. The judge is doing her a HUGE favor by allowing the trial to even move forward.

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                        Posted: November 10, 2013, 6:13 pm - IP Logged

                        The IRS got their portion before he got his my dear,  they going to want their 2nd bite at the apple come next year.He had better have that onhand.
                        " $20 million can't be found"-  right.  He knows exactly where it is. If one knows where their car keys are for the most part after misplacing them, there is no way you don't know where you misplaced any sort of serious cash, particular- millions.

                        Umm..... He gave away $5m and I'm sure there's a gift tax the IRS will be interested in getting their hands on... Plus the $20m that disappeared...lol love that one....who loses $20m without knowing where it went??? Plus any taxes on interest and the rest of the taxes he won that prob hasn't been paid for next year.

                        He will be in court with the IRS, that will be the next topic on lottery post.

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                          Posted: November 10, 2013, 6:25 pm - IP Logged

                          Pedro is planning to move back to the Dominican Republic. Gotta be a fool if you think he'll send 57m there without a motive and another $20M that can't be located. Kinda slick, but not slick enough. It will all catch up with him in the end.

                          Too bad. I liked Pedro @ first, mainly because everyone was wishing the worst for him and I always cheer for the underdog..lol

                          Right, there is a motive. Banks in the DR  pay around 7% interest on deposits. It use to be 20%. The Dominicons i work with send money back all the time. Smart move by Pedro.

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                            Posted: November 10, 2013, 7:49 pm - IP Logged

                            This should be interesting...Jersey does'nt recognize common law marriage

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                              Posted: November 10, 2013, 8:04 pm - IP Logged

                                 

                               

                                   Moral of this story , both needs an agreement on paper and

                                   they both need to sign the back of it ....

                                   $57 million has been sent to the Dominican Republic, $5 million was given away, $300,000 was spent on the home in Clifton and $20 million can't be located, according to attorney Michael De Marco of North Haledon, who is representing Sanchez.

                                     something doesnt add up .