when all parents and siblings and individual never married or had any children, how do I reserve ordinances for my cousin?
Sorry when all parents and siblings are deceased, with no spouses or children, how do I reserve the ordinances for my cousin when the only option is to click I have permission?
Thank you for your question in the Community about asking permission when no relatives are living.
If the person is a relative and the person has no living close relatives, you can request permission to do the ordinances. If you do not know whether the person has living close relatives or if you cannot contact them, please do not request permission. Instead, do more research to find the closest living relative or prove that all close relatives are deceased.
The closest living relatives are an undivorced spouse (the spouse to whom the individual was married at death), an adult child, a parent, or a brother or sister.
If the person has no close living relatives to give permission, you can still request permission to do the ordinances. Please be prepared to provide evidence that all close relatives are deceased.
For more information on this topic, please consult the Church’s General Handbook: Serving in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 28.1.
You appear to be the closest living relative of your cousin if you check out the article below it will help you understand what needs to be done to enable you to get permission to do the work if that is what you want to do.
I moved your question to another department who will be able to help you more with this situation.
I hope you will be able to obtain permission to enable to enable your cousin to have the work done for them.
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