That's often the behaviour in many cases, but not in this one. Because my client claims the majority of the records are pre-marital and has an appraised value of the records that is really high. For her to claim they are marital and that she wants them means she'll have to give up corresponding equity in his pension plan. It doesn't make any economic sense to do that. She's hurting herself by making the claim for them at all. It's only spiteful, not even good bargaining.