The most common disposition choices for cremated remains is burial. With burial, remains can be placed near one another even if another family member has not chosen cremation. The grave site provides a permanent location to visit on important occasions.
A family member may retain the urn as a cherished possession.
Scattering of cremated remains can represent a permanent oneness with an important place. Scattering in a river, lake or sea, over mountains, farms, even golf courses can be meaningful provided landowner permission can be secured. Some religious beliefs may not permit some options of disposition.
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