Ashes of a Cremated Decedent are not Property Subject to Division among Heirs [Florida]

by Charles (Chuck) Rubin

The parents of a deceased child were the sole heirs of the child’s estate. The child’s remains were cremated, and the parents could not agree on the final disposition of his assets. The father petitioned the probate court to divide the ashes equally among the mother and father as the heirs of the child…

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