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Dear Margo,
My first wife passed away in 2008; we have an only child whom I am close to. I am re-married to a great lady and have spoken about my late wife many times to her. These discussions were prompted by my current wife. My current wife and son get along well and she also has 2 children. I should advise that her children are 20 & 22, and my son is 24 years old. The questions comes about where I should be buried at the end of my life. My son wants to have me with his mother and I would also like that, however I would also like to ask my current to be buried there. Is this appropriate? - Mark

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ou are in luck. anything is appropriate now when it comes to resting places. People are buried with favorite possessions, urns with ashes are placed in mausoleums, green burials are a thing, as are "mushroom suit" burials. You did not mention your present wife's family history, but her people may have a family plot, or her two kids may not be down with you and two wives buried together. I do think your asking her if she would like to be buried with you would be received as a loving thought. Make her the offer and see what she says. Just as an aside, I am married to a man with a large family plot with only two more spaces -- for him and his brother. That's fine with me, because I don't like the thought of being cremated or being put in the ground, so I left it up to my kids and told them, "Surprise me."
- Margo

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