Preparation: A Wise Move
Death is a fact of life and yet the fear and dread that surrounds one’s death is such that most people choose not to think of it. As a result, when a death occurs many people are totally unprepared for the important decisions and arrangements that must be made.
It is wise to choose your Funeral Director in advance of your need for one. Such a selection is not morbid, in fact, it is very wise, because when death does occur, there is little time for comparison and investigation and you may well regret a hasty decision.
Things to consider when planning a funeral:
- Choosing Your Funeral Director
- Pre-paid and Pre-arranged Funerals
- Making the Funeral Arrangements
- Viewing of the Deceased
- What type of Funeral Service?
- Personalise the Funeral
- What about Costs?
- Payment of the Funeral Account
- Coffin Range