Member Login   Register 
 Tzaras & Galleries 
  In the News  
  Sign Up  ::  Tzaras & Galleries :: View Tzara

Tzaras &  Galleries

Bar Mitzvahs
Other Tzaras
Save The Date (Future)

Tzara List

Engagement of Aharon Schechter (Brooklyn, NY) and Mrs. A. Schecter's Sheitel (Eastern Europe)
February 1, 2005
My Divorce Homepage
Tell a Friend
View Similar Tzaras

Photo Galleries
Sadly, None

Post Message | Show all 7 posts
Sign the guestbookPosted by Franklin Scott, esq. of Scott, Scott and Goldstein Law Firm
(2/15/2005)- On behalf of my client, your wife, I must object to this engagement on the grounds that you are not yet divorced from your wife. Moreover, my client will only settle if she is permitted to keep her sheital.
Sign the guestbookPosted by Phillip Goldstein, esq. of Scott, Scott and Goldstein Law Firm
(2/16/2005)- Firstly I'd like to wish mazal tov to my client on getting engaged to his bashert. May you build a bayis neaman b'yisrael. Secondly, my client is willing to go to great lengths to stay with his fiancee, his previous wife's sheital. He will offer your client both the house and car if he can keep his beloved sheital.
Sign the guestbookPosted by Franklin Scott, esq. of Scott, Scott and Goldstein Law Firm
(2/16/2005)- The house and car do not even equal the monetary value of the sheital let alone exceed it. That is not a deal my client would even consider accepting.
Sign the guestbookPosted by Mrs. A. Schecter
(2/17/2005)- I will fight to make sure this wedding does not go ahead. All those years, I trusted you, I allowed you to live in our room in close proximity to MY husband. Slowly but surely it became clear there were three of us in this marriage!!! Besides which, my sheitel, despite being of Eastern European descent, she is not even Jewish. You'll never get a ketubah.
Sign the guestbookPosted by Aharon Schecter
(2/17/2005)- To my beloved sheital. I am so excited to be able to marry you. Ever since you stared down at me from your polystyrene head with your near perfect straight hair and faux human scalp, I could not resist you. And as you lay seductively on my ex-wife's bed, I knew it was you not my wife that I truly loved. You are so life like. I look forward to many happy days ahead as soon as my divorce goes through!!!
Sign the guestbookPosted by Beth Din D'Chumros U'Tipshus (2/18/2005)- Getting engaged before the conversion process is completed is unacceptable. We accept that the sheital has spent many years living as part of a Jewish household observing halacha which has helped to fast track the conversion process somewhat. However the sheital's refusal to go to the mikveh on the grounds that she can not risk becoming frizzy is holding up the conversion process.
Sign the guestbook Posted by Rabbi Joe
2/18/2005)- I am currently looking into the sugya to see if dry-cleaning counts as mikvah.

Comments? Questions? Ideas? Contact the Webmaster. | Reporting Abuse

Copyright 2004-2005,,
OnlyTzaras! is a trademark of L & C, Enterprises. All Rights Reserved. is not affiliated with