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I want to bury my son with his brother & father but son's dau is giving me a hard time
Sometimes it takes a little time. Once someone passes, the only thing you have left is the ashes. I still have my late wife's ashes in a custom made inlaid box on the bedroom cabinet. My sister in law and I have no wish to get rid of the ashes at the moment and she died in February 2014.
The other thing you could do is ask for half of the ashes and bury those.
Your ex-husband and you have equal rights to your son's remains, but you could petition the court if you need probate.
Looking at the word 'dau', I wonder if you meant 'daughter'? In that case she is next of kin if you are divorced. If you are married and just separated, you have the rights I think.
Posted on Apr 01, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to Autozone and have them plug their fault code reader in. It's free. A check in a Haynes manual; they sell those, will narrow down what's wrong quickly.
Posted on Apr 17, 2015
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