Final Memories - Precious Moments

Disputes amongst family-members and loved ones are always gut-wrenching, but especially so when they emerge in the literal moments, hours, or few days after the passing of a beloved. Unfortunately, these disputes are all too frequent -- and at ALF, we have been involved in several such disputes already this calendar year. Family members oftentimes do not realize that there are specific laws governing who has priority to take possession of a person's remains, give instructions concerning cremation or burial and other preparations, and control the memorial service (at least, the one where the person's remains may lie in repose). Section 130A-420(a) of the North Carolina General Statutes ("Aut

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