Even though creating a funeral plan may seem unneeded and odd to someone who’s young and healthy, there are many benefits to communicating and documenting your funeral choices.
The more prior planning you do for your funeral, the simpler it’ll be for your family to carry out your instructions and wishes. They’ll be able to concentrate their attention on helping each other rather than calling funeral homes and comparing caskets. You can even prepare by getting a cremation pre planning service.
Your family will have to make assumptions about what you would have liked if you die away suddenly without outlining your funeral preferences.
The conflict between two family members can cause unneeded stress during the arranging of the funeral.
Grief can impair memory, so the more you can document, the better. This is true even if you are convinced that you have told your family that you’d prefer cremation to burial or vice versa.
Each choice you make and document in advance reduces the number of choices your family members must make and the likelihood of conflict in the home.
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