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1 hours ago Price lists. To plan arrangements within your budget and find an affordable funeral provider, you can request a price list in advance from one or more funeral homes. The funeral director is required by law to give you a General Price List if you come and ask in person, or give you prices over the phone.

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5 hours ago Pennsylvania law determines who has the right to make final decisions about a person's body and funeral services. This right and responsibility goes to the following people, in order: a person you name before your death in "an explicit and sincere expression, either verbal or written". your surviving spouse, or. your next of kin.

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7 hours ago The responsibility at law for funeral expenses is not unlimited, and only extends to “ reasonable ” expenses. 12 In the will the deceased charged his estate with his funeral expenses. The estate is therefore primarily responsible for the funeral expenses at law and by its terms. 13 At common law a spouse is responsible for the funeral

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9 hours ago A surviving spouse or other person who pays for the funeral costs is entitled to a priority claim against the decedent’s estate. This priority extends to $15,000 of funeral costs. If there are sufficient assets in the estate, the state may choose to reimburse funeral and last expenses in …

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7 hours ago Attending a funeral or memorial service shows support for the surviving family members, and offers you a chance to remember the person who died. As a general rule, if you feel like you want to attend the service and you've been invited, then you should attend. If you didn’t know the person who died but you have a relationship with the

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1. A person may choose to designate a specific person to make decisions regarding the disposition of their body. This is done for a variety of reasons, but is especially prudent in a situation where the family doesn’t agree on religious or cultural beliefs. By designating a specific person to handle the arrangements, the deceased can make sure that their beliefs and wishes are honored. This person can be designated in a notarized legal document–often in an advance directive or a Will. According to VA Law, this designation takes priority over any other next-of-kin who typically have a legal right to make the arrangements. By assigning one person to be in charge of funeral arrangements, you can avoid many potential conflicts in cases where family members would not be able to easily agree on the service plan. We have blank copies of this designee form here at Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory available free of charge. If you would like one, simply contact us and we will email you a copy.

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7 hours ago Other obits list a spouse and children from a second marriage, followed by children from a first marriage, and the deceased’s siblings. Sons-in-law and daughters-in-law (and even their parents), and in some cases friends, may be included. Not so infrequently, the …

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Just Now Answer (1 of 8): Funerals are for those who feel the loss, so we can help them overcome their grief and move on in life. If you don’t think your husband would benefit from your support during his grief, then you probably shouldn’t go. But this is a turning point in a marriage, and it will have so

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8 hours ago Re: Should I attend in-laws funeral. Post. by Bella7 » Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:03 pm. It's really up to you and your DH and what you think is appropriate. IMO, if there is a grieving widow that you would upset by your presence, then don't go. Otherwise, if your DH would appreciate your support and you would like to be there to support him, then go.

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7 hours ago So, here are seven signs that your in-laws are indeed a harmful influence on your life — as well as what you can do if they are. Because faking sick every Thanksgiving likely isn't an option. 1.

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8 hours ago Funeral Fees. The Funeral Rule allows funeral providers to charge a basic services fee that customers have to pay. The basic services fee includes services that are common to all funerals, regardless of the specific arrangement. These include funeral planning, securing the necessary permits and copies of death certificates, preparing the notices, sheltering the remains, and coordinating the

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Just Now Florida law determines who has the right to make final decisions about a person's body and funeral services. This right and responsibility goes to the following people, in order: you, if you leave written directions before your death. your surviving spouse, unless your spouse is …

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3 hours ago 1 Whether To Go. The decision to attend the funeral of your spouse's former in-law should be based on your relationship with the deceased and the family. If your spouse had a close or at least friendly relationship with his ex-wife and her family, it would be appropriate for him to attend. Your own attendance should similarly be based on the

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1 hours ago Funeral Rights. In almost all states, family members and spouses are the ones with the most rights. A husband or wife has more rights than a parent or child, and an adult child has more rights than a parent. In order of descending rights, the list generally goes like this: Spouse (in some states, this includes a domestic partner, but leaving

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4 hours ago You can preplan your own funeral and pay for it in advance. But, before doing so, you should know about New York State's "laws that regulate prepaid funeral money." This brochure explains your rights under the law and the decisions you need to make when preplanning or prepaying your own funeral, or that of a friend or relative.

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3 hours ago Funeral expenses require a creditor claim to be filed in the probate case. Unlike other expenses incurred after death, in order for the funeral expenses of the decedent to be paid by the estate through a probate case, the person who paid the funeral expenses must file a creditor claim with the probate court. (Probate Code § 9000(a)(3).)

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800-772-12135 hours ago A funeral director can generally assist you to make a claim. This one-off payment of $255 is made to a surviving spouse or child. Monthly benefits may be available if one meets eligibility requirements. You can contact Social Security on 1-800-772-1213 www.socialsecurity.gov.

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9 hours ago Under current law, this would allow the surviving spouse, under some circumstances, to pass over $20 million worth of assets completely free of estate taxes. The surviving spouse is entitled to bring a wrongful death proceeding. This means that if the deceased spouse died as a result of an accident or malpractice, the surviving spouse may be

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6 hours ago Click here to download a free form on which you can describe your funeral wishes and make them legally binding. Tennessee — Tennessee citizens can give the right to make disposition arrangements to the person named as their agent in a durable health care power of attorney. This right is outlined in the Tennessee Code, Title 34, Chapter 6, Part 2.

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2 hours ago Alabama Medicaid Definition. Medicaid is a wide-ranging health insurance program for low-income individuals of all ages. Jointly funded by the state and federal government, it provides health coverage for diverse groups of Alabama residents, including pregnant women, parents and caretaker relatives, adults with no dependent children, disabled individuals, and seniors.

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7 hours ago Former spouses must revoke these designations to ensure that benefits will not be paid to an ex-spouse upon death. Additionally, many states, including California and Texas, have laws that automatically revoke gifts made in a will to a former spouse upon divorce, but not all do, so it may also be necessary for former spouses to update their

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8 hours ago Designated Funeral Agents. Most states have some form of a law that allows a person to legally designate anyone she wishes to have the sole legal right to make and carry out funeral arrangements. For a list by state, see this link or check your End of Life Guide by State. If the deceased had a designated agent in place, that person's directions

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4 hours ago At the funeral, remember that no matter how you feel about your former spouse, you are no longer a member of the family. Unless you have a particularly close relationship with your former in-laws – or you are accompanying children who need your presence – do not sit near the front.

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2 hours ago By law, funeral homes are required to use the casket you provide and can’t charge any additional fees to handle third-party caskets. Funeral Insurance Costs. Most people underestimate just how costly a funeral or cremation service can be. Average funeral expenses can cost about $9,100 according to …

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3 hours ago At common law, the spouse – typically the husband – was legally liable for the support of the other spouse. This right could be enforced on the spouse, either by the other spouse or by third-party creditors. Today, some states have established statutes that require a spouse to be responsible for necessary or family expenses, even in the

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3 hours ago Relationships with in-laws (parents, sisters-in-law, etc.) can be tricky and, at times, downright complex and stressful. This change in your relationship is also considered a loss. It is typically labeled as a “secondary loss,” meaning the death is the primary loss.

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7 hours ago Inheritance Law in Common Law States. In common law property states, a spouse is not entitled to one-half of all community property, as is the case in a community property state. In general, the title of the property determines ownership of the property. However, in common law states, inheritance laws establish a minimum inherited by a widow.

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5 hours ago A parent has a duty in common law to bury (ie, bury or cremate) their child if they can afford to and in R v Stewart (1840) Chief Justice Denman made this judgement: “We have no doubt… that the common law casts on someone the duty of carrying to the grave, decently covered, the dead body of any person dying in such a state of indigence as to leave no funds for that purpose …

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5 hours ago Second, when a person dies, the relationship is not usually considered 'ex' (as it may be with divorce). For example, if a person's wife dies, she does not become their 'ex-wife'. By similar reasoning, your brother-in-law is still your brother-in-law whether or not your wife is alive.

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3 hours ago (1) The Legislature recognizes that purchasers of preneed burial rights, funeral or burial merchandise, or funeral or burial services may suffer serious economic harm if purchase money is not set aside for future use as intended by the purchaser and that the failure to maintain cemetery grounds properly may cause significant emotional stress. . Therefore, it is necessary in the interest of the

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1 hours ago 2. Make the funeral ceremony open, but make the after-party invitation only, and disassociate the interment (if applicable) from the day's activities. 3. Announce the death with a notation that the funeral is private. 4. Publish the obituary after the …

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Just Now Where do I go to plan my own funeral? In Nova Scotia, a funeral home is the best place to go for help planning your funeral. You can pre-purchase your funeral from a funeral home. Some funeral homes will also register your wishes for free. You will be given a wallet-sized card which indicates that you have registered your wishes at that funeral

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Just Now Lowest price of the year. In Michigan there is an order of who can make funeral arrangements for a deceased person. a legal spouse would automatically get …

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5 hours ago Vermont has no inheritance tax but it does have its own estate tax. In this article, we go into detail about that tax, and break down the state's other inheritance laws: what happens if you die in

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3 hours ago Estate Tax. Estate Tax is a tax on the right of the deceased person to transmit his/her estate to his/her lawful heirs and beneficiaries at the time of death and on certain transfers, which are made by law as equivalent to testamentary disposition. It is not a tax on property. It is a tax imposed on the privilege of transmitting property upon

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4 hours ago A spouse has the right to veto the terms of the decedent's will and accept a statutory percentage of his estate instead. State laws vary as to the exact percentage. In Pennsylvania, for example, a spouse receives one-third of the estate, but other states may award more than that.

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9 hours ago Who is responsible for arranging the funeral? [If the deceased left a will, the executor named in the will is responsible for arranging the funeral and paying the funeral expenses from the deceased’s estate.. If there is no executor, the responsibility for arranging the funeral falls to the deceased’s spouse. BC law sets out a priority order if there is no spouse or they are unwilling to

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1. A. The real estate of any decedent not effectively disposed of by will descends and passes by intestate succession in the following course: 1. To the surviving spouse of the decedent, unless the decedent is survived by children or their descendants, one or more of whom are not children or their descendants of the surviving spouse, in which case, two-thirds of the estate descends and passes to the decedent's children and their descendants, and one-third of the estate descends and passes to the surviving spouse. 2. If there is no surviving spouse, then the estate descends and passes to the decedent's children and their descendants. 3. If there is none of the foregoing, then to the decedent's parents, or to the surviving parent. 4. If there is none of the foregoing, then to the decedent's siblings, and their descendants. 5. If there is none of the foregoing, then one-half of the estate descends and passes to the kindred of one of the decedent's parents and one-half descends and passes...

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Should my spouse attend the funeral of his ex-wife's former in-law?

The decision to attend the funeral of your spouse's former in-law should be based on your relationship with the deceased and the family. If your spouse had a close or at least friendly relationship with his ex-wife and her family, it would be appropriate for him to attend.

Who has the most legal rights in a funeral?

Funeral Rights In almost all states, family members and spouses are the ones with the most rights. A husband or wife has more rights than a parent or child, and an adult child has more rights than a parent. In order of descending rights, the list generally goes like this:

Are expenses of funeral expenses payable from the estate?

Expenses of the funeral are payable from the estate even though the surviving spouse or another person is financially able or obligated to pay them. (Probate Code § 11446.)

Can I make my own funeral arrangements?

Most states have some form of a law that allows a person to legally designate anyone she wishes to have the sole legal right to make and carry out funeral arrangements. For a list by state, see this link or check your End of Life Guide by State.

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