Does anyone have any advice on this? I had to cremated my husband, money issues and the fact we had no insurance. I have his remains in a beautiful Urn. My insensitive Bro-in-law, who was angry that I had him cremated, but gave me NO money to help with anytning, made a comment to me later saying what is going to happen to my brother's ashes if you die? Well, I'm not planning on that for a long time, and at first I said he will be buried with me, but what if I remarry? I would like to marry again someday. I don't know how to go about looking for a vault, or do I purchase a plot for him or what? It is upsetting to think about this, but I'm preparing to get life insurance and make plans for all that for myself and don't know what to do. Steve has 5 children who are still young,(three are now 21yrs, one is 19 and the youngest is 12)(Yes 3 are all the same age!:)) do I ask them first? I won't give anything to his brother, he treated me very badly during and after Steve's illness and death. Blames me I think. Any suggestions?
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