Sometimes funerals bring out the worst in people.  When a loved one dies, everyone wants a beautiful, dignified funeral, respectful and appropriate to the heritage, traditions and religious views of the deceased and their family. Unfortunately, they don’t always agree how that should be done – particularly where you have a family representing two different cultural heritages.

These disputes affect everyone – the family, the friends and even the funeral service providers.

Who gets to decide?  Who chooses whether to bury or cremate?  Who decides when and where the funeral will be?

When a dispute happens, you need to know what the law is, and how it applies.    

Our lawyers have the expertise to cut through.  We know the answers, and what to do.   

Call today.