Lottery/Euromillions

So what you are saying is that they would need to sign the ticket. And the fact that they signed the ticket they would be entitled to an equal share. No matter what 'agreement' the family had.

Have it now. Cheers.

You're welcome

That will be € 15,999 for the advice.
 

stan ogden

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A question about Lottery/Euromillions for all the legal eagles and know-it-alls on here.

If I was lucky enough to win 200m on the Euromillions tonight, could I share say 10% with my family by claiming its a syndicate agreement?

You know the lottery is a tax on the stupid, right?
 

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