In some cases, the Court found that clear evidence of intent to revoke or change a beneficiary name of a pension plan or life insurance policy is sufficient to obtain the revocation of a beneficiary designation for a former spouse. However, in many cases, such an intention is not documented. In order to minimize the problems that arise in the event of death, it is advisable to include a clause in the separation agreement stipulating that the father must prove that he has changed the designated beneficiary of his life insurance policy within a reasonable period of time not exceeding 30 days after the signing of the separation agreement. But he has never achieved such a policy. The husband paid his former wife US$6,250 until her death, even though he applied to terminate the spouse`s allowance shortly before her death.