Although the two children of the decedent had different claims about their mother’s wishes for the disposition of her cremated remains, they both testified that she wished her ashes to be disposed of along with the ashes of her deceased husband, and so the court directed that the ashes of the decedent be disposed of with the ashes of her husband, which had not yet been determined. J.A.K. v. S.H., 10 Fid.Rep.3d 59 (Lycoming O.C. 2020).