A mother with deceased daughter with living children have first burial rights over living children?

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That is a really tricky one...I hate to say it, but I think the living children have first burial rights IF they are adult age (18+)...because the way i think of it, when your daughter became an adult, you ceased being her guardian...you may wanna ask a lawyer though
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