22 November 2022
Very often, one of the most complex parts of cremation is deciding when and where to scatter the ashes. If your departed family member loved the water, the answer might be as close as the closest ocean. While there are rules and regulations concerning scattering at sea, the practice is available to anyone. There are numerous reasons to choose this location for your ashes. Here are a few. 1. Green Eco Friendly
16 September 2022
You might need to help plan a close loved one's funeral after they die, which is a big responsibility. The first thing the family should do is to see if the person left a will stating their final wishes. You must follow the instructions on their will if they left one, and one instruction might be to cremate the body. Cremation is a common option today, as it's more cost-effective, but you might wonder about a few other things.
17 May 2022
So, your loved one has chosen to be cremated. You may have some questions about the cremation process, but you can rest assured knowing that the process will be taken care of by professionals. One of the questions that remains is what is to be done with your loved one's ashes. There are plenty of places where your loved one can be placed after cremation. These are some options you may want to consider.
17 March 2022
Funeral services extend far beyond transportation, embalmment, and disposition of the departed. You are likely to call upon a funeral director to organize a dignified funeral service in your moment of loss. To honor your loved one, you can incorporate ideas to tell the stories of the life lived. Here are funeral planning ideas to personalize the service. 1. Be Creative with Photo Displays You are likely to look through albums or galleries to find photos of your loved one.
5 January 2022
Are you the executor or personal representative of a loved one's small estate? Then you have many responsibilities and undoubtedly many questions. Some of the earliest questions that must be answered involve managing and paying for the funeral arrangements. To help you make the best decisions when the estate is limited, here are some answers to the most pressing questions. Is the Executor In Charge of the Funeral? Generally, there is no law stipulating who is responsible for a funeral.