I'm sure there's a dakimakura that can handle the load.
2010, Gerald Figal, "Monstrous Media and Delusional Consumption in Kon Satoshi's Paranoia Agent", in Fanthropologies, Volume 5 (ed. Frenchy Lunning), University of Minnesota Press (2010), ISBN 9780816673872, page 146:
After the fourth iteration the camera zooms out as in the opening sequence, but this time to reveal the scene running on a laptop next to a Maromi dakimakura in a darkened workroom without workers—two desks have vases with a cut flower, apparently commemorating the deaths of their previous occupants.
After all, there is NO need to enrich the family law attorneys or the cottage industry that has grown around 'family court', ESPECIALLY in CALIFORNIA! No amount of loneliness can be 'cured' by one of THEM. You're better off with a dakimakura.