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  • Florida lottery winner ordered to split jackpot files for bankruptcy - MyPalmBeachPost

    Florida lottery winner ordered to split jackpot files for bankruptcy
    MyPalmBeachPost
    A Florida lottery winner who was ordered to split a portion of her $1 million lottery jackpot with her ex-boyfriend has filed for bankruptcy. According to the Orlando Sentinel, Lynn Anne Poirier, 62, filed for bankruptcy on Saturday in Orlando, and the ...



  • Jilted Florida lottery winner files for bankruptcy - WND.com

    WND.com

    Jilted Florida lottery winner files for bankruptcy
    WND.com
    (ORLANDO SENTINEL) — SANFORD — The former Seminole County school teacher who last month lost a big chunk of a $1 million lottery jackpot to her former boyfriend, who had sued her for failing to share, has filed for bankruptcy. Lynn Anne Poirier, 62, ...

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  • Jilted lottery winner files for bankruptcy in Florida - CNBC

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    Jilted lottery winner files for bankruptcy in Florida
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    A Florida woman has filed for bankruptcy after losing a large chunk of a $1 million lottery jackpot to her boyfriend who sued her for failing to share. The Orlando Sentinel reports 62-year-old Lynn Anne Poirier didn't list former boyfriend Howard ...
    Florida lottery winner files for bankruptcy after court forced her to hand $290k to exDaily Mail

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  • Bankruptcy filed by lottery winner - Orlando Sentinel

    Orlando Sentinel

    Bankruptcy filed by lottery winner
    Orlando Sentinel
    SANFORD — The former Seminole County school teacher who last month lost a big chunk of a $1 million lottery jackpot to her former boyfriend, who had sued her for failing to share, has filed for bankruptcy. Lynn Anne Poirier, 62, of Geneva did not list ...



  • Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney Says Florida Has Chance at Redemption With 'Hardest Hit' Funds - Law Firm Newswire (press release)

    Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney Says Florida Has Chance at Redemption With 'Hardest Hit' Funds
    Law Firm Newswire (press release)
    Florida is getting a second chance,” said Reggie Osenton, a bankruptcy attorney in Tampa. “We have the embarrassing distinction of being the slowest to help struggling homeowners keep their homes. I hope state authorities will see this as a chance to ...