Arranging a funeral can be very stressful for the family of the deceased. While they are coping with grief and in mourning, there are many other things to consider and arrange, such as:

  • what you as the loved one would have wanted, for example, a religious service, a wake, a vigil
  • the funeral home
  • paying for the funeral
  • Burial or cremation.

We always recommend that you discuss your wishes with your family before you die, and include your wishes explicitly in your will. This not only makes it easier on your loved ones, but ensures that you will receive the burial you would like.

This section deals with various aspects relating to funerals.

Arranging a Funeral
The Role of a Funeral Director
When Someone Dies
Coroner’s Cases

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