|Posted: August 28, 2013, 11:09 am - IP Logged|
I believe that one person does have to sign the ticket. Then talk to the tax attorney to decide how to split the money evenly.
I would say that if a single person lost a ticket that was worth $1000 or more, they would be able to contact the lottery commission and tell them where and when they purchased the ticket. That might help if someone else claimed it.
However, if the person lost the ticket doesn't know its worth anything because it's a QP, well, that's just tough luck.
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