If you have recently suffered the death of a loved one, and you are about to deal with a funeral director for the first time, you may be confused by some of the words he will use related to the funeral and the planning process. So to help you out, here are some common terms that funeral directors use on a frequent basis: Death Certificate -- A funeral director may reference a death certificate, which is a legal document that confirms the death of your loved one and the burial date.
2 July 2015
Many people choose to donate some of their organs when they die by signing up to an organ donation scheme while they're still in good health. However, if you like the idea of others being able to benefit from your whole body when you die, you might like to consider donating yourself to science. Preparation If you decide that you'd like to donate your body to medical science, you must notify your next of kin and the executor of your will in writing.
25 June 2015
Preplanned and prepaid funerals are very popular right now, and many cemeteries and funeral homes offer various types of preplanned and prepaid funeral services you can choose for yourself. It may be good to think about this type of arrangement long before it's needed, so you can make the choices you want while still in a good frame of mind. If you're thinking of planning and paying for your own funeral, consider a few tips and factors to discuss with advisors like Farrell & O' Neill Funerals.
15 May 2015
Traditional Christian funerals have a very general feel to them. You will usually attend a wake or visitation that is followed by a service and a graveyard service. This set of events may change depending on the plans of the deceased or the religion of the deceased. One type of funeral the differs from traditional Christian services is the Muslim funeral service. Before you attend one, consider these four key points.
24 April 2015