Funeral Planning Articles

Losing a loved one is very difficult and planning the funeral shouldn’t add unnecessary stress. Whether you are thinking ahead and funeral planning for yourself or a family member, or have just lost a loved one and are making their funeral arrangements, you will need help. Many people are completely unaware of the amount of funeral arrangements that are required when a loved one dies. The funeral planning articles below will help you with all of the steps in the funeral pre-planning or funeral arrangement process.

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Guide to Pre-Arranging a Funeral No Comments

Most people find it difficult to discuss and think about their own mortality. However, pre-arranging your own funeral can make things much easier for your loved ones once you are gone. Your loved ones will be consumed with grief and any arrangements you can make ahead of time will most probably be welcomed. Be mindful to explicitly arrange or at least put in writing things…

Steps for Advance Funeral Planning No Comments

Funerals are a celebration of life. It’s a time to reflect on life and legacy. When our life expectancy is shrinking, the process of funeral planning can be an intimidating item on the to-do list. However, when possible, it’s not a responsibility that we want to burden our loved ones with. This short article will directly address what you need to do in order to be prepared…

Common Types of Funeral Services No Comments

There are many ways to make arrangements for the deceased. From full-service funerals to direct cremation, they run the gamut of costs and time investment. Here are five of the most common ways to bury and remember a loved one. “Traditional” Full-service Funeral This is the most extensive type of funeral service, and the most expensive. Many families opt for this. By…

Funeral Pre-Planning Pros and Cons No Comments

While all humans do eventually die, most of the time, we try not to think about it. However, there are times when it is important to take our passing into consideration for ourselves and those who love us. It’s easy to be fearful at the loss of a loved one and all of the decisions that need to be made for funeral services, but that doesn’t always have to be the case…