I am not only angry about the total disregard of my ownership of the property, but the fact that the plaque did not consider that my mother is also in the plot. I was informed that the cemetery was told by my ex to disregard that fact!
They further told me that I had no rights in this matter. I contacted the Attorney General's office and got a reply from the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs that stated that, "This office has decided not to proceed further with your complaint."
It appears that they arbitrarily decided against me with no explanation. Don't I have any rights in this matter?
All I want is a proper plaque for my son, which will also give me the opportunity to have a plaque for my mother.
How can I get them to do this?
What Harry says: You need a lawyer, and the sooner the better. One with real-estate expertise would be a plus.
The toads at the cemetery had zero right to ignore your ownership of the plot.
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