As the whole remit of the financial relief application is full and frank disclosure, how can it not be right for a party who has been given false information by the other party as to the extent of his/her wealth to be able to overturn any court order made on the premise of false information. This must be particularly the case where divorcing spouses are being encouraged to settle out of court through mediation or collaboration - if they are not even going to be honest in court, how can anyone expect them to be honest outside of the court?! It is true though, if someone is going to lie, it is difficult to get to the truth unless there is a lucky break through as in these cases where outside influences have disclosed the truth.