Breaking weird divorce news. The case Isaacson v. Isaacson is heating up blogs across the country. In Isaacson, the Supreme Court in Bismark North Dakota was called upon to decide wether breast implants and lasik surgery were marital property.Her listed the implants along with a snowblower, lawnmower, flat screen TV, computers and furnture. The husband in the case, a “comedian” named Erik Isaacson must have wanted to embarass his wife Traci Isaacson when he listed her implants as one of the marital assets and basically asked the court to offset the implants with another asset in his favor, to the tune of $5,500. How weird is that?
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