Understanding Advanced Funeral Planning

One of the few things in life that is guaranteed is death. Although you never know when death will come, it is something that all people will experience. Death is often a taboo subject of discussion in many families. The failure to discuss these life events means that those left behind are often not prepared. Fortunately, you can position your family to deal with your death by pre-planning your services with one of your local funeral homes. Read More 

3 Unique Ways To Honor A Loved One That Has Been Cremated

If your loved one has chosen cremation over a traditional burial, you may be looking for a beautiful and unique way to honor them. The good news is that cremation offers a virtually endless number of options when it comes to storing or scattering your loved one's cremains. In this article, you can learn more about three of the unique options that you will have to choose from.  #1: Scatter Your Loved One's Ashes As Part Of A Fireworks Display Read More 

Consider These Creative Urns For Your Loved One’s Cremated Remains

If a loved one has passed away and previously specified the desire to be cremated, you can work closely with your local funeral home to have this process completed. One the person's body has been cremated, you'll conventionally receive the ashes in a plain box, which you can then add to an urn for safekeeping. If your loved one wanted his or her urn and ashes to remain with the family, rather than be scattered, it can be special to find a business that will mount cherished objects to the top of a wooden box into which the ashes are poured. Read More 

Thank You Cards For Funeral Presents? Etiquette For The Grief-Stricken

When you are mourning the loss of a loved one, everything may seem a bit out of focus. It's simply a fact of life that nothing is the same after a major loss, and there is a "new normal" that requires adjustments as you struggle to accept it. After the funeral service, you may be left with questions about how to handle the outpouring of love and support that you received. Read More 

FAQ About Funeral Planning

Are you suddenly in a position where you have to plan a deceased loved ones funeral? If you have no idea where to start, there are a few things that can be done to help you get through the process in a smoother manner. Your first step should be to consult with a funeral director. Take a look at this article for answers to questions that you may have in regards to planning a funeral. Read More