Difficult divorces dept.

by Walter Olson on January 8, 2009

The divorce between Dr. Richard Batista of Ronkonkoma, Long Island, New York, and his wife Dawn has taken an unfortunate turn with Dr. Batista’s demand that she return his left kidney, which he had donated to her in a transplant operation. (Or at least its fair market value) Experts predict that the court will be less than sympathetic to his request [SSFC; Sally Satel, Daily Beast] And in Nebraska, the essential level of trust and goodwill that one would hope to see in a divorce has been undercut by William Lewton’s discovery of a secret recording device concealed in his four year old daughter’s teddy bear [WSJ Law Blog]

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1 L Nettles 01.08.09 at 9:21 am

Paging Mr. Shakespeare, Paging Mr. Shakespeare

2 Dr. Mary Johnson 01.09.09 at 7:42 pm

Indeed. “Titus Andronicus” comes to mind.

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