This case demonstrates how expensive family-related disputes can be when parties do not negotiate in good faith to reach reasonable and amicable solutions. Particularly when parties actively attempt to understate their incomes, hide their assets, and move money derived from different sources between different bank accounts, some of which may not be opened in their names. Inevitably, this leads to different court actions and applications where parties pursue avoidable litigation against each other at great costs. When parties fail to sensibly resolve their matrimonial disputes, they will be unnecessarily stripped of their much-needed financial resources. Ultimately, legal representatives become the real financial beneficiaries of this litigious behaviour.