Q. Does the person being disowned have to be alive?
A. You can disown the memories of a person if you wish.
Q. Who can be disowned?
A. You can disown anyone you have been close to in blood, marriage or friendship, disowning someone can be by the memories you own of them, the times you shared or the trust you had with them.
Q. can the disownment process be undone?
A. no, not once the vows have been signed it will stand for a minimum of 100 years so please think hard as this will be on the public register.
Q. Is there an age limit to disowning someone
A. yes. 16 years of age and above.