funeral preplanning - what you should know

Unburden Your Family By Planning Your Funeral In Advance

When a family is grieving the loss of a loved one, they don't want to also be worrying about how they're going to deal with the funeral expenses. But it's common for people planning funerals to feel like it would be somehow disrespectful to spend too much time considering money – as though it would show that they cared more about their finances than the deceased. Funerals can be expensive, however. Read More 

Pre-Needs Funeral Planning: Choosing The Right Epitaph For Your Memorial Grave Marker

One of the great advantages of pre-needs funeral planning is that it presents you with the chance to leave behind remembrances of yourself that mean something to you. One of the greatest examples of this is the selection of the epitaph. Picking your own epitaph is an important chance to leave behind a message of love, inspiration or comfort. If you're struggling to pick the right epitaph, the suggestions below can help. Read More 

Honor Your Loved One With Confidence And Comfort - Questions To Ask A Funeral Director

Dealing with the unexpected loss of someone you love is a difficult challenge for anyone to handle. If you find yourself suddenly thrown into planning a funeral, it's important that you take the time to gather all of the information you need to allow the process to proceed as smoothly as possible. That means gathering information and putting yourself in a position to avoid uncertainty. Below, you'll find a guide to some questions you should be sure to ask a funeral director when planning a memorial service. Read More 

Three Thoughtful Ways To Start A Funeral Speach

If you've been asked to speak at a loved one's funeral, you may be experiencing some mixed emotions. While you're happy to honor your loved one in this way, you're likely to also be nervous about the prospect of speaking about him or her in front of so many people. A good funeral speech honors the deceased and also makes the audience feel comforted in this trying time. Here are three ways to start a caring and thoughtful funeral speech that will honor your loved one's memory and also put your audience at ease. Read More 

Choosing Cremation: Giving Your Loved Ones a Place to Remember You

One of the biggest advantages of choosing cremation is the fact that you have many options when it comes to memorializing the ashes. Many people who are considering cremation think about where they would like their ashes to be scattered, often imagining having a family member disperse them at a site of personal significance. But it's important to remember that memorialization is important not only to you but also to those left behind. Read More