I know this may seem strange to think of now. but i am redoing My will , since the divorce is final. if your X walked out on you, was not willing to work things out, has nothing to do with you. would you want them to attend your funeral. i am thinking of putting a clause in there banning her from the funeral services and viewing. is that wrong, i mean she wants nothing to do with you alive , why should she be there when you are dead. .
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