Can you remain anonymous if you win the Powerball in Kentucky?
Right now only seven states allow lottery winners to maintain their anonymity: Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, North Dakota, Texas, Ohio and South Carolina.
Has anyone in Kentucky ever won the Powerball?
A Kentucky man, who wishes to remain anonymous, has come forward with the winning $2 million Powerball ticket from Saturday night’s drawing. Kentucky Lottery officials said that on the morning after the drawing, the winner got a text from someone telling him to check his Powerball ticket. “So that’s what I did.
When was the last time someone won Powerball Ky?
Dec. 11, 2010
According to the Kentucky Lottery, the last jackpot winner in Kentucky was on Dec. 11, 2010. That’s when a 24-year-old man from Simpsonville split the jackpot with a ticket sold in Illinois. He won $19.12 million and took the cash option of $6.6 million.
What state wins the Powerball the most?
Indiana has been home to the most Powerball winners. With 39 winners, this represents over 10% of all jackpot winners….Here are the 10 states with the most Powerball winners:
- Minnesota (22)
- Kentucky (18)
- Pennsylvania (18)
- Louisiana (17)
- Wisconsin (17)
- Arizona (13)
- Florida (13)
- Kansas (11)
How does a blind trust work for lottery winners?
Blind trusts are legal asset management structures that can help lottery winners control their money earned and maintain a certain level of privacy. In 2010, the $261.6 million Powerball Lottery jackpot went unclaimed for a month until an attorney showed up to claim the prize on behalf of his anonymous client.
What happens if I win the lottery in the middle of a divorce?
If one of the parties won the lottery while married to the other party, then their lottery winnings are subject to equitable distribution upon divorce. In some cases, a party may have won the lottery or a jackpot at the casino, and hid their winnings from the other spouse.