Following his untimely death on November 5 at the age of 34, Aaron Carter was cremated. 

 His family has now determined what to do with the pop star's remains. 

According to his mother Jane Carter, the Carter family plans to disperse Aaron's ashes in the ocean off the coast of his native Florida Keys the following year.

They will also spread part of Aaron's late sister Leslie's ashes with his, according to Jane.

In 2012, Leslie, then 25 years old, overdosed and passed away in her New York apartment.

The rest of Aaron and Leslie's ashes will be kept by the family, which also includes Aaron's well-known brother Nick Carter from the Backstreet Boys, and will be scattered alongside Jane after she dies away, according to Jane.

Aaron's fiancee Melanie Martin, with whom he shared an 11-month-old son, is not invited to the Florida wedding, according to Jane, who spoke to TMZ.

Angel, Aaron's twin sister, is currently in possession of Aaron's ashes.

Melanie discovered Aron "unresponsive" in his bathtub at his Lancaster, California, home on November 5.

No official cause of death was given at the time, but on November 7 the official coroner's report was made public, in which the medical examiner asked for more time to look into the case.