In divorces, people sometimes fight over the most unexpected things.
And so it is in a New York divorce dragging on since 2005.
Husband and Wife have three children together, ranging in age from 8 to 14 years.
Husband contends that Wife is interfering with his visitation with the children.
Several years ago, before Wife filed for divorce, Husband donated one of his kidneys to Wife.
Now Husband seeks return of his kidney – or $1.5 million.
Husband’s attorney admits that he doesn’t expect to get the kidney back. A gift, after all, is a gift.
But Husband is trying to draw attention to his Wife’s denial of visitation with his children and the slow pace of the case.
He’s certainly drawn attention to the kidney …