3 Important Questions To Ask When Working With A Funeral Home

14 September 2022
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Losing a loved one is an incomparably painful experience. Unfortunately, many surviving family members and friends rarely have time to process their grief. Instead, they are flooded with important decisions regarding the disposition of the body. If you have recently lost a friend or family member and are responsible for planning the funeral, you may be similarly overwhelmed. To make things less stressful, take a look below at a few key questions you should have in mind when discussing arrangements with funeral home representatives. Read More 

Things To Know When Pre-Planning Your Funeral

7 July 2022
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You might not want to think about dying. After all, this isn't a pleasant thought. But, everyone will eventually leave this earth, and their families must handle the funerals. If you want to alleviate the burdens your family faces when you die, you can make funeral pre-arrangements. You might wonder what this involves, why people do it, and what decisions to make. Here is a guide to help you find these answers. Read More 

4 Smart Ways To Sort Funeral Home Costs

4 April 2022
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When you've lost a loved one, sorting your funeral home costs might prove costly. And as the price of funeral services increases, you should find the best way to organize and save money for your loved one's funeral. With these smart tips in place, funeral homes expenses shouldn't become burdensome to you. Find below some smart ways to sort your funeral services costs. 1. Consider Funeral Insurance Funeral insurance is sometimes also known as burial insurance or final expense insurance. Read More 

3 Tips for Pre-Planning Your Funeral When You Are Healthy and Don’t Have Life or Final Arrangements Insurance

30 November 2016
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Although few people like to think about it and even fewer may want to talk about it, the truth is that eventually everyone will need to make their own final arrangements or have someone else do so for them. However, as recently as 2010, nearly half of  Americans had no life insurance. If you are planning your own final arrangements and don't have insurance to cover those expenses, the following advice will help you to make the appropriate decisions. Read More 

Tips For Taking Kids To A Visitation Before The Cremation Service

28 September 2016
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Children feel as many complex emotions after the loss of a loved one as adults do, and these emotions can be harder for them to deal with since most kids have not had a chance to develop many coping skills. They may feel pain they don't understand and even have many questions about what death truly is. However, going to the visitation before a cremation service can be a good way for children to be among those who are also experiencing the loss and receive both attention and solace from fellow mourners. Read More