Top Reasons to Pre-Plan Before You Need It

By: Tom Gallagher
Monday, September 14, 2020

Many people are now open to the idea of pre-planning their funeral. While this concept is a little new, it is catching up with people from different walks of life. If you have a specific idea about how you want your funeral to be, you must consider pre-planning it.

Why it's a Good Idea to Pre-plan in Advance

  • Death never announces itself before it comes, and it's crucial to begin pre-planning before you require it. It is necessary to discuss the requirements with a well-established funeral director. They will give you details about what is involved in it and how it works. They will also help you with information related to the different services they offer and provide customized solutions based on your requirements.
     
  • Since you make the payment for this service in advance, you don't have to worry about whether your family members would have to take responsibility for it. Determine which kinds of services you want, the kind of flowers you need, or if you wish to have some media presentation or photos to be displayed, etc.
     
  • If you want something simple, mention it in your plans and pay for those services accordingly. Since funerals can be expensive, when you free plan your funeral, it means that your family does not have to worry about putting together the money for it after your death.
     
  • Once you plan your funeral and pay for it, that price gets locked in. So it means that no matter what the market conditions are, later on, they would not have a bearing on the cost of your funeral.

At Nutmeg State Cremation Society, we provide comprehensive funeral services and help you with all aspects of the process, so if you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.

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