YOUR FAMILY SHOULD BE THE MOST IMPORTANT REASON TO PRE-PLAN
When the death of a loved one occurs the grief, and often times the shock, can be overwhelming. Simple tasks, such as paying the bills or remembering to fill up the gas tank, can seem tremendous and be physically and emotionally exhausting. Planning a funeral, and all the things that go along with such planning, can become stressful and lead to tension between family and friends if not handled properly.
There is a better way:
Pre-Arranged, Pre-Planned, Pre-Paid, all refer to the act of planning out a funeral or memorial service prior to the death.
Preplanning includes, not just making the plans, but writing them down, documenting specific wishes, and keeping a file at your chosen funeral home as well as keeping a copy at your own home. Preplanned funerals can even be paid for in advance to ensure the money is kept safe specifically for the use of a funeral, and to keep the burden of final expenses from weighing on the survivors.
Pre-arranging this type of event has several advantages, but most importantly, families who Pre-Plan their services experience a sense of relief and comfort in knowing that their service will be exactly what they want without the weight and stress of these decisions falling on their kin.