My dad passed away many months ago. His wishes were to be cremated, half his furneral was paid by the state, the other half from cc cash advances. I have recently filed bk chapt 7, my petition is not completed yet, but I am now being pressured by his siblings and mother since I am next of kin, to buy him a plot at a cemetery. He did not have life insurance. I apparently do not have any $$ b/c I am filing. I brought my dad home thinking that I would keep him and maybe bury him with me someday, but this is not good for his family. They want a place to visit him. Long quest short: Can I legally buy a plot now in the middle of everything? At this point I do not want to do anything to jepardize my case. I would ask my lawyer but he won't be in until monday, and this is an unbearable weight on my mind. Thanks in advance.
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