Yes, the less well-off person within the relationship can very often receive financial support soon after separation but that depends also on the skill set of that person. So if that person has the skills and an opportunity to get a job, earn income, then the Court will not want to encourage that person to be dependent on the other person for a long period of time. So, in a situation where you’ve got a long marriage, where a wife’s been at home, for example, looking after children, and her skill set has gone effectively to seed, the Court will impose an obligation on, for example, the husband in that situation, to support the wife for a long period of time, even for a period of some years to enable her to go back and be retrained. So there are different situations fitting different circumstances.