Grieving In Your Own Way

Three Reasons To Choose Cremation

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Many people choose to be cremated because it is a less expensive option than a traditional embalming and burial. Cremation can ensure the family is left with some inheritance rather than being financially burdened by the funeral costs, and it may also make it easier for you to pre-pay for your own funeral costs while you’re still alive. But affordability is not the only benefit that cremation has to offer. Here’s a look at three other reasons to choose cremation for your own body once you pass.…

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4 Steps To Organize Your Funeral Service

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While it can be disheartening to plan your own funeral, it’s important that you take certain steps to make arrangements. This way, your wishes are met by your friends and family and it takes some of the burden off your family, so that they can focus more on grieving than handling arrangements themselves. Here are four steps to help you organize your funeral service: Keep the Will Updated: First off, you want to be sure that you are keeping your will updated.…

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Two Tips For Preventing Disputes Over Your Ashes

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Cremains seem like an unlikely thing people would fight over, but people develop an emotional attachment to their loved ones’ cremated remains so it’s not unusual for disputes to develop between those the decedent left behind. Here are two things you can do to prevent this type of problem from happening when you’re gone. Detail Your Wishes The easiest way to prevent arguments and disputes from arising between your loved ones is to write down your wishes in your will, estate plan, or prepaid funeral documents.…

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