4 Benefits Of Housing Your Remains In A Columbarium

17 June 2020
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If you plan to have your remains cremated after you die, you may wonder what your loved ones will do with your ashes. A few decades ago, the most popular options — and in many places, the only options — for cremated remains were to have a loved one keep an urn with the remains or to have them scatter your ashes. However, recent years have seen an increasing number of columbariums built at funeral homes and cemeteries. Read More 

Common Things That Take Place at a Funeral Memorial Service

3 June 2020
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Funerals give loved ones the opportunity to say their goodbyes to the person who has passed away. While the basic idea of a funeral has remained the same over many years, modern-day funerals have shifted into a memorial and funeral combination. A memorial funeral tends to involve everything of a typical funeral, but will also often include other things meant to memorialize the departed. Here is a look at a few of the common things that take place at a modern-day funeral memorial. Read More 

Top Tips For Planning A Funeral On A Budget

22 January 2020
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One of the more challenging times in life may be when you lose a loved one. Dealing with the loss of a friend or family member can be extremely difficult. However, you may be in charge of the funeral service. It's possible you may be on a strict budget, and it's vital to put specific tips to work that will help you save money. 1.  Negotiate the best rate It's possible you may be able to pay less for the funeral service when you do certain things. Read More 

What Happens If You Can’t Afford A Funeral For An Unexpected Loss?

21 January 2020
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Ideally, everyone who came to the end of their life would already have their funeral arrangements made and paid for or would have life insurance to help cover the costs of the funeral service. Unfortunately, death is not always an expected thing, and this can leave the closest living relatives having to pay for the funeral services on their own. In the event the family members do not have the funds to cover the cost of a traditional funeral service, there may be some things that can take place that can help. Read More 

Choosing Your Final Resting Place: Cremation Vs Burial

13 January 2020
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If you are in the process of deciding your funeral arrangements as a part of your living will, you may find yourself stuck regarding one key issue: choosing between cremation and burial. Choosing your final resting place and the state your remains will be in can be a challenging decision to make. And you might not know about the pros and cons of each choice. Get to know some of the facts that can help you decide between burial and cremation. Read More