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Yes, the other family members may step in and make funeral arrangements. While these arrangements often fall to the spouse, there is nothing wrong or unlawful about the arrangements being handled by the children or other family members.
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Thank you for answering my question about my brother in law. We had additional questions. Is the funeral director not able speak to him about the funeral arrangements she is making or has made if she has requested him to?