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How do I get permission to do work for someone excommunicated prior to death?
Mother passed away more than a year ago and was excommunicated (at her request) years before her death. My understanding is we need First Presidency approval, but how do we go about getting her work re-done?
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
[ And, I happend to be a Member of the Church ... ]
Just in passing ...
No need to answer this next question; but, just for your consideration (and, context) ...
Was the circumstance/situation; as, you indicate; or, just a "Request", to "Remove", her "Name" (and, "Details") from the "Records" of the Church (as, may be the case) - there would be a difference?
Here are some "Knowledge Articles" in 'FamilySearch':
When should I obtain permission before performing ordinances for the deceased?
Where it states, among other things:
[ Paraphrasing ... ]
Performing an ordinance for someone who had his or her Church membership withdrawn during his or her lifetime.
For more information, please consult the Church’s General Handbook, Sections 28; and, 38.4.
You could [ ie, Really SHOULD ] also talk with your Bishop [ / Branch President ]
In other words ...
Speak to your "Local" Priesthood Leader (ie. Bishop/Branch President), in the FIRST instance; as, they can lead and guide you through the process.
Such, would be a "Process", that NEEDS to be followed correctly; and, your "Local" Priesthood Leader (ie. Bishop/Branch President), is in the BEST position, to lead and guide you, in the FIRST instance, of that "Process".
Just my thoughts.
I hope this helps, somewhat.