What is the difference between Wheel of Fortune jackpots and Separate Property jackpots? Is it just an old fashioned way of dividing up the prize money? And, if so, how should one go about dividing up the Wheel of Fortune jackpots?
Wheel of Fortune jackpot, Separate or Community Property? According to California Law, all properties, real or personal, which a married individual acquired during the course of the marriage are presumed to be personal property. Assuming that assumption holds, any prize money won on Wheel of Fortune games is assumed to be community income.
So, if Wheel of Fortune is considered a form of gambling, as some people believe, then the wheel itself is a form of gambling. Separating the prize money from the wheel itself may not be so simple. If you think the prize money goes to the lucky player who wins the game, but only part of it goes to the lucky player, then the whole prize money may be considered a form of gambling and therefore Separating the prize money from the wheel would not be so easy.
Some argue that Wheel of Fortune jackpots can be split in a variety of ways. For example, if Wheel of Fortune jackpot games are divided up into categories of categories like the numbers 1-9, then the prizes in the categories would probably be split equally among the winners. Also, if Wheel of Fortune games are divided up into categories of categories such as sports, then some of the winners in the categories would win more than the others in the same category, depending on the type of game played.
Of course, lottery tickets aren’t actually divided up into categories. They are usually awarded to players on a winner-take-all basis. This means that each winner is entitled to exactly what he or she came closest to winning in the game, and nothing more or less. However, if the jackpot has reached a level where a larger percentage of the total prize pool is being won by winners in a certain category than by those in other categories, then splitting the prize pool up would be possible.
Wheel of Fortune jackpot game tickets have been divided up according to several different categories, but the categories used are generally based on the popularity of the games, and the type of lottery tickets involved. The categories can be as follows: Wheel of Fortune, Community, College/Work at Home, Penny, Powerball and Speedball. In the above categories, a smaller percentage of a large prize pool will be shared among winners in those categories than a larger percentage of a small pool would be shared among winners in those categories.