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, [...]
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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.