After cremation, the ashes are bright white, not like the ashes of your fireplace. The cremains, the cremated remains of a body, can be disposed of by putting them in an urn and burying the urn in a cemetery or placing the urn in a columbarium. The ashes can also be scattered on land, [...]
When a person dies, the family must make a decision about what to do with the body. In the past, the traditional option has been a burial. Over the years, however, more people have come to prefer the option of cremation. Cremation is the irreversible process of reducing human remains to bone fragments through direct flame, [...]
According to a May 2016 Gallup poll, only about 44% of Americans say they have a will that describes how their estate will be handled after their death. Most people have thought about making a will and other estate documents but just haven’t gotten around to doing it. It is difficult to discuss planning [...]
Do you have a will? If not, you should. Do not put off doing a will until it is too late. Many people are not prepared; don't be one of them. DO IT NOW!
Whether due to parental divorce or separation, a parent wanting their child to bear their surname, or a child wanting to change his or her legal name, you may petition the courts for a name change for a child at any time before the child becomes 18 years old, marries, or has the disabilities of a minority removed.
Want to change your name as an adult? It's really not a complicated process. In truth, just follow these simple steps to change your name legally.
Father’s Day This Sunday, June 17, 2018, is Father’s Day in the United States. Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and their influence in society, including male parenting. In the United States, Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June, but it is celebrated at different times in other parts of the [...]
Mother's Day This Sunday, May 13, 2018, Mother's Day is celebrated in America. If it weren't for mothers, none of us would be here. Our mothers provide us with so much. They give us life, feed us, nurture us, teach us. They usually are the one we turn to when we need comfort, guidance, and [...]