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Old 10-29-2019, 12:52 AM
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As I said, this is a sad story.
Woman was married and a resident of NY State.
She died alone and suddenly while visiting her daughter in Alabama.

Alabama ain't my turf, so I can't say how things get done there, but my understanding is the daughter donated Mom's body to get her off the couch after the FD explained some school would pay the removal costs.

Also, the husband was never notified of the death until 4 days later when the son of the deceased arrived at his house with local Police to get his hands on Mom's property. He left empty handed with Police assuring him he'd best behave.

Widower was fortunate enough to have some contacts in the Medical world, as well as a pocket full of Lawyer money. The school at first didn't want to return the remains, and finally agreed to cremate & return.

From where I sit, there is no good outcome.
Thanks for the info guys.
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That sounds like one very screwed up, disfunctional family! The lawyers will do well by them!
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Step children can be diffacult.
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Other peoples children can be even more difficult!!!
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Other peoples children can be even more difficult!!!
Other peoples' step-children are by far, the most difficult of all!
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