A Nassau County, N.Y., judge has granted a divorce after rewriting what he called “absurd” statutory language aimed at alerting parties to the loss of health insurance.

Attorneys familiar with the case say it’s an example of the judiciary effectively preserving the spirit, if not following the letter, of a statute that has caused delays in thousands of cases as courts are forced to track down information on the health insurance status of divorcing parties.

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