Death is the permanent cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Phenomena which commonly bring about death include aging, predation, malnutrition, disease, suicide, homicide, starvation, dehydration, and accidents or major trauma resulting in terminal injury. In most cases, bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death.
If all who are entitled in the inheritance agree to leave their shares in the house and keep the house for the common use of the family, then it is for them to do that. If any one from them objects in that, others must give him his share from the house.
Inshallah, the intentions are sufficient.
Allah rewards and punishes based on intent, not accidental actions.
In addition to the previous reply, perhaps below might be useful:
Our understanding of concepts such as "life", "death" and "existence" is coloured by our experiences. Our frame of reference is the reality that we inhabit, and it cannot be any other way. Even when we use words such as "nature of God", it is our understanding of the words "nature" and "God".
Therefore, when we talk of God as being "Alive", "Everlasting", and such, our immediate frame of reference is our own lives and existence. When we see that we come from being non-existent into existence, that we live and die, we sometimes might think of God as being alive and existing in the same manner.
Some theologians and philosophers will explain that God, who is the "source" of all that exists, is existence Himself. Whereas our existence is contingent, meaning it's dependent and possible, God's existence (or perhaps God as existence) is necessary.
I hope that the above discussion has shed some light. At the end of the day, all of our ruminations and musings are limited by our own limitations.
Always in need of your prayers
Allah is The Everlasting Alive الحيّ ALHAYY and He never dies as He Created the life and death on all His creatures and He is above whatever He Created.
We have no ability to know or even think about Him, but we should think about what He Created. The Hadeeth says: Don't think in Allah's Self but think in Allah's creatures.
There are many different narrations in Sunni books about the dates of birth and death of the Prophet (SAWA). We have taken the most authentic narrations from Ahlul Bayt (AS) who know about the Prophet more than any other narrator, stating that his birth was on 17th of Rabi’ual ‘Awwal, and his martyrdom was on 28th of Safar.
What we can see from our esteemed scholars is they refer to this prayer as "salat laylatul-dafn", the prayer of the night after burial, or "salat hadiyatul mayyit" prayer of a gift to the deceased, or "salat laylatul wahshah", prayer of the night of loneliness.
One narration for this prayer is:
قال رسول الله (ص) لا يأتي على الميت أشد من أول ليلة فارحموا موتاكم بالصدقة فإن لم تجدوا فليصل أحدكم ركعتين: يقرأ في الأولى الحمد وآية الكرسي وفي الثانية الحمد والقدر عشرا فإذا سلم قال: “اللهم صل على محمد وآل محمد، وابعث ثوابهما إلى قبر فلان”. فإنه تعالى يبعث من ساعته ألف ملك إلى قبره مع كل ملك ثوب وحلة …
This is in al-Misbah, by al-Kaf'ami, p. 164.
Our Maraji' taqleed also consider this prayer to be mustahab as well.
And Allah knows best
Despite different opinions among big scholars in this matter based in the opinion on whether human body belongs to The Creator Allah or to the human beings himself, most of them say that it is allowed to donate organs after death for the sake of saving life of a human being.
If the risk is considerable, then it is not allowed to expose yourself or other human deigns to a risk of life.
Fear of death is mainly caused by misunderstanding death and its consequences or because of fearing the bad results of sinful acts.
Death is a definite stage in the life of every human being and it does not mean a disaster but a transfer from a stage of life to another stage in which good people will enjoy the great reward and Mercy of Allah, while bad people will meet the results of their own deeds.
Believing in The Mercy of Allah should make us hope to get from His Mercy whether we are alive in this world or after this world.
Death is the start of the happy life of the believer as well as the start of punishment of the enemies of Allah.
Always trust and hope to get from Allah's Mercy and repeat: YA ARHAMARRAHIMEEN. Repeating Salawaat and Estighfaar is also very useful in getting peace of mind.
You are not allowed to pray for your death. Death will come when it comes.
Pray instead that Allah helps you to stop the sins or shows you a way to end them (for instance, if someone has an addiction, this could be an intervention that actually works), forgives the sins, and heals any harm to yourself or others they may have caused. If it is possible to make adjustments to your life to reduce or avoid the sins (such as moving to a different place or household), also do that.
Allah is all-powerful and things that seem like miracles happen!
It is not our job to determine who will enter Paradise or who will not. Allah knows the intentions and circumstances of every creature, and He grants Paradise to whom He wants, according to His Knowledge and Mercy.
No doubt, the authentic Hadeeth is mentioned in both Sunni books and Shia books states that: Who dies with out giving allegiance to the Imam of his time will die a death of Jahilyyah. ( Musnad Ahmad bin Hanbal, v,13, p. 188 and Saheeh Muslim, v.6, p.22 and Kitab Al-Sunnah by ibn Abi Aasim;489 and many other books of Hadeeth.
Animals will be resurrected on the Day of Judgement and many animals will be Paradise like the Boraaq of the Prophet Mohammad (SAWA), the Camel-she of prophet Saleh (AS), the dog of the people of the Cave etc.