How soon after death must a Jewish burial take place?

Answer Jewish funerals are to be held as soon as possible after a death. Often, this is the day following a death or within twenty-four hours. Sometimes, circumstances make this impossible, such as when t... Read More »

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How many days after death is a Jewish obituary?

There is no custom in Jewish religion related to the the time after death that an obituary needs to be posted. According to staff at Chabad Lubavitch of Clark County, Washington, "an obituary could... Read More »

How soon after birth must a child feed?

Well, the doctors take the baby to clean it and take blood tests and all that. Then they will show you a chart that will tell you when they last ate. They eat every 3 hours.

How soon after death do you have a funeral?

The amount of time that should pass between a death and a funeral varies depending on tradition, culture and religious preferences. The decision of when to have a funeral or memorial service rests ... Read More »

How soon after death is a will probated?

A will can be probated immediately after death depending on when and if the will is presented for probate. In some U.S. states, there is a time limit for the presentation of the will for probate (f... Read More »