5 Reasons To Pre Plan Your Funeral And Cemetery Services

By: Danny Amoruccio
Monday, October 7, 2019

Many people have heard about funeral pre-planning, but not everyone feels that they need to do this for themselves. Some people are not very comfortable with the idea of death or planning for a funeral or cemetery service.

However, the fact is that we all are going to leave this world at some point in time. It also means that our family would have to plan our funeral service. It's where pre-planning comes into the picture. Here are five reasons to pre-plan your funeral and cemetery services:

  1. You can have a detailed discussion with the funeral director and plan every aspect of the funeral service. It means every aspect of the service will be planned as you wanted to be.
     
  2. You can choose everything from the ritual, the decorations, the casket, and more.
     
  3. Every aspect of the cemetery service, including your gravestone, can be included in the plan that you choose for yourself.
     
  4. When you do this planning in advance, it does not leave any scope for discussion between family members. In some cases, this becomes an excellent choice, especially where family members have different opinions about how they want to plan the funeral service. Pre-planning rules out the chances of any dissent among them.
     
  5. Since you pay for the funeral service in advance, your family members do not have to bear the financial burden of organizing the funeral and cemetery service.
     
  6. If you have concrete ideas about how you want the services to be, pre-planning is the best choice for you. It gives you the satisfaction that after your death, the funeral and cemetery service would be conducted as per your wishes.

If you want to know about cemeteries or need to book a space, give us at Willowbrook Cemetery a call on (203) 222- 8646. You can also contact us through our online form, and we will revert within the shortest possible time.

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