My dad just passed away a few days ago, almost exactly to the month that my older brother passed away. My dad was not married as my parents divorced when we were younger. Now my younger brother and I are left to pick up the pieces of losing both a brother and our dad. It is so completely overwhelming having to make all the decisions at the ages of 23 and 25. It almost seems like a nightmare but I know that he won't be there when I call or just drop by. I'm starting to think that we will not get through this between the grief and the memorial and then all the legal issues with the house and the rest of his personal property. There just doesn't seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel.
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