4 Funeral Pre-Arrangements Couples Can Make Together

When your partner passes away, you are suddenly left to make all of the big life decisions on your own. The same thing happens to your partner if you pass away first. Instead of leaving the burden of funeral planning on each other, you have the option to make pre-arrangements together. While you may have particular preferences about the little details of your personal funeral, there are some essential items a couple can select together. [Read More]

Cremation: The Modern End-Of-Life Option

One big question comes up when planning the modern-day end-of-life arrangements: cremation or burial? Here is a look at a few of the reasons cremation can be more logical for modern funeral planners.  Cremation better suits the more mobile lifestyle of modern-day families.  If you have ever done any genealogical research into your family history, you may be surprised at how common it was for families to pretty much stay in the same areas for many generations. [Read More]

4 Tips For Planning A Funeral

Conducting funeral services is one of the most important forms of ceremonies people perform. Even if you're working with a funeral services provider, it's a good idea to prepare for some of the basics of the process. These four pointers will help you handle funeral services in an orderly and thoughtful manner: Venue and Space Where a funeral will be held is as important as the service itself. It's wise to figure out early on how many folks will be in attendance. [Read More]

The Cremation Option: An Introduction

Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult time in anyone's life. Not only do you have to deal with the loss of an individual extremely close to you and your family, you must also make decisions about how to dispose of the remains. One option that has become more and more frequently seen is cremation. This article provides some of the basic facts about cremation and will help you decide if it's a good choice in your situation. [Read More]