It's hard enough to broker a deal between two parties that already like each other. Even if the new proposed arrangement is mutually beneficial, you can still run the risk of upsetting the other party and not getting what you want. But if you add one or two bad faith actors into the process, the whole thing becomes infinitely more complicated, stressful, and upsetting. Nothing throws a wrench into peace talks quite like the spiteful desire for revenge.
It's no secret that people do crazy things during divorces. Emotions are running high, money and laws are involved, and that's not even mentioning the massive amounts of spite that people can hold onto in these situations. This guy got a request for 3 years worth of financial information, and well, he sent it. For some more legal shenaniganry, here's a lawyer who pulled a dash cam switcheroo on a rigid insurance attorney.
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