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Answered: using life insurance to pay for funeral

Your question is not very clear. Are you asking whether it is wise to use a life insurance policy to pay for your funeral expenses? The answer to that would be a resounding yes. That is one of the primary reasons why people buy a policy in the first place. On the other hand, if you have a terminal ...

Answered: My nieces aunt passed away am i obligated to attend funeral?

Nobody is ever obligated to attend any funeral.

Answered: Funeral privacy act. can a funeral home tell your employer if you

First the funeral home usually only responds to a request by the attendee who requests a written acknowledgement to provide to the employer for verification that they have in fact attended the services. A funeral by its nature is a public event unless restricted to private only by the family ...

Answered: What would you say at Obama's funeral?

Here lies Obama, six feet down. The biggest liar in old DC town. The empty chair. Beer smelly air. Thank God we're rid of that clown!

Answered: Funeral dilema

It can depend on how closely you knew the deceased. If you were very close, you might want to attend the memorial, which tends to be more personal. On the other hand, if you are closer to the survivors than the deceased, they might appreciate your support at the viewing.

Answered: Is it OK for a Rabbi to attend a funeral of a parent of one of his

No!. But there are NO Jewish funerals on Saturdays.
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What to ware at a funeral for a baby

My baby wasn't a baby when he died,he was 19, but I wore jeans and a T-shirt, because this is how Joshua knew me. I wanted to wear a nightgown, as this was my usual mode of dress, but knew better. You wear whatever you feel comfortable in.

How to evict non paying weekly renters in Sevier County,TN.

Probably the same way they do it anywhere else. You go to court and you start eviction proceedings. That's the legal way. The other less legal way would be to wait til they leave and quickly change the locks and put their stuff outside. Only proceed with option 2 if you are 100% sure they will not ...

Funeral acknowledgement

There is a good resource site for your question you might want to check out: http://funeralprogram-site.com . It has samples of this sort of information you may need but they primarily sell really nice funeral programs. They do have other resources available as well.

We are looking for a Rabbi Nadler originally from ...

There is information about Rabbi Nadler on this web page: http://www.bethsholom.net/f/userfiles/file/Programming%20Guide%202009(1).pdf