I would like to know whoh as the finle say in what is done with my Dads ashes? My Dad left no will, no instructions on what he would like done. I have a feeling I know what he would like done, but in the mean time my step mother insists on keeping him at the funreal home. She told me she doesn\'t think she can handle having him home with her and feels that he is safer there. I would like to take him home with me, I hate the idea of him sitting on a self at the funreal home collceting dust. But I don\'t know how to push the issue or if it is my \"right\" to???? I could use some help,or advice with this.
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