A cruise company may offer parents a safe place to rest their children after their deaths, after a Florida court ruled they can be buried at home.
The Broward County State Attorney’s Office says the cruise line will allow parents to place their children’s remains in the company’s stables after their death, according to The Associated Press.
The attorney’s office says the company would still have to provide medical certificates for the families.
The ruling comes after a lawsuit by a mother who lost her two-year-old son to a rare form of brain cancer.
It also comes after Florida passed a law that allows families to have a private burial service.
The court ruled that the families could use the stables as a burial site, and that the company must provide proof of a funeral home certificate to the parents.
The company’s CEO is listed on the company website, but the company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.