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I highly doubt that since we have young children and I'm the one bringing them 10 hours to be with him. The ex wife hates me.... she even made a comment to my kid that "I'm sure your dad left me the dog in the will" sure enough it was in will. He never named belongings but rather said all property or personal belongings go to the oldest daughter which doesn't want anything them next the ex wife. I know him better he loved our kids dearly and would've gave my oldest the dog they picked out this past summer. Either way I feel there's some violation of my rights as the wife regardless of not living together



Order was not served to me by an attorney, rather husbands sister sending it by email... I had no time to petition this. They say his wishes were that I not attend funeral and also had it in will. I'm sure this was all the ex wife doing and the sister went along since the ex wife helped care for him In past couple months. I'm emotionally distressed and without closure and it's made it worse for kids

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Indianawife, I've already responded to your post earlier on another thread, but repeat my condolences on your loss.

You have two young children, and you were separated from your husband at the time of his terminal illness and his passing away.

This must be an extremely unhappy time for you, and I'm sorry for it. But instead of making things worse by dwelling on a fight with your husband's first wife, who did move back in to care for him, focus on protecting your children from the trauma of losing their father. Get bereavement counselling for you and them as a family. Please.
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For your sake, and the sake of your children, make yourselves a lovely service for your late husband. You can do a memorial at home or graveside. Or you could arrange something at the house of worship you attended. But make something for you all to attend, to read words of remembrance and comfort, to sing hymns/songs and to listen to music he loved.

I'm so sorry for your loss, and for that of your children.
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