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Sorry...I am not sure I understand. What happened?
Thank youSo you are asking if you can prevent the paper from printing?
thank youI think you have an uphill battleGenerally speaking, a persons "right to privacy" ends with their death.So it is unlikely you can stop this (since the right to privacy ends with death, there is no law you can invoke to stop the paper from printing this information)
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Thank youThe answer is the same. There is no law prohibiting this...since there is no right to privacy after death.
You would be wasting time/money paying a lawyer to try and sue and stop this.
Again, I am sorry to bear bad news.
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Thank youAnd sorry for the confusion. The sibling can demand they NOT be mentioned. And if they are mentioned? The sibling can sue the person who paid for the post for invasion of privacyPlease let me know if you have more questions. I am happy to help if I can. Otherwise, please rate the answer so I may get credit for my work.
Does not matter. The demand carries no legal weight. So you can make the demand in writing or verbally. If they publish without permission, you can sue them for the violation of privacy.