Worried About Family Changing Funeral Plans? Pre-Plan And Make It Legally-Binding

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Family members often think they know what is best for a deceased loved one’s funeral and may meddle in their affairs after they pass. To avoid this situation, it is important to create a pre-plan that is legally binding and unbreakable. Understanding What To Include In The Plan A good funeral plan should indicate everything to include in the funeral. In this way, it is possible to create a situation in which preferences are honored without a family being able to change them.…

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Choosing Cremation And A Burial At Sea: Three Steps To Take

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When your loved one chooses cremation and wants his or her ashes buried at sea, you’ll have a bit of planning to do to fulfill his or her wishes. With the help of your funeral director, you can arrange the sea burial and a memorial service fitting of your relative. Here are a few things you’ll need to know about planning a cremation burial at sea.   Follow Government Regulations You may need to follow certain local regulations regarding burials at sea, depending on where you are planning on scattering ashes.…

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Eight Ideas To Turn A Somber Funeral Into A Celebration Of Life

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It is sad when someone dies, and the service or funeral can be a difficult experience. After mourning, lighten the mood and remember the deceased with a celebration of their life. Eight tips to transform the somber mood of your loved one’s funeral or memorial service are: Bring in lots of life. Incorporate lots of living plants and fresh flowers throughout the funeral venue. Even if you request that others don’t send flowers, make sure you tastefully adorn the space with beautiful arrangements or plants to give the event some life.…

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