Final disposition refers to the final, ultimate, or permanent handling of a person's remains after they have died.
It can take different forms depending on cultural, religious, and personal preferences. Typically chosen are Burial or Cremation, but also include newer options, like a Natural "Green" Burial or Water Cremation.
These arrangements are often part of a larger Funeral or Memorial Service, ceremonies that honor the deceased person's life and provide closure for loved ones.
The final disposition of a person's remains is typically determined by their wishes, as expressed in a Will, funeral pre-arrangement, or other written or verbal instructions. If the deceased did not leave instructions, their Next of Kin or other designated person will usually make the decision.
These types of dispositions may help with Grief because they provide a way for loved ones to remember the deceased in a meaningful way.