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I am paying alimony to my shiftless, scheming ex husb. If I were to win 1, 10, 50 mil in the lottery, could he get any of it?

Hillsborough, NJ |

Let's assume the winnings occur after the divorce has been granted. Can the lying pig (I'm a little bitter) get any of those winnings?

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    If you're paying him child support, there could be some exposure to an increase.

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  2. If the lottery ticket was purchased after the granting of the divorce, then your ex-husband would not get any of it. He could always sue of course, but I doubt he'd be successful.

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  3. After you file the complaint for divorce. You are pretty safe from having to share the wealth. After the divorce you are definitely safe.

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