Funeral Planning

Funeral Planning

Funeral Planning is undoubtedly one of the biggest and most important decisions you will make in your lifetime. Whether it is for you or a loved one, the first step is obtaining all the necessary information to make an informed decision; this includes completion of the appropriate funeral-planning checklist. Thousands of people engage in planning a funeral and in doing so, they recognize receive great emotional relief for themselves and their loved ones. Funeral planning will allow you to make your own funeral plans, but more importantly, will spare surviving relatives and loved ones from the emotional burden of having to make decisions at a time of great stress and grief.
Funeral Planning Checklist - Planning A Funeral

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We commend you for your willingness to learn more about planning a funeral. We hope that this information helps answer your questions about funeral planning. This section will help you make decisions by explaining what is involved, and what options are available. If you are looking for how to get started planning arrangements today, please contact us.

Find Our Funeral Planning Resources Below

If you are planning a funeral, it is important to stay organized. When someone passes away there are numerous decisions and arrangements that need to be made, each as time-sensitive as the next. For families dealing with grief and bereavement, this process can be overwhelming, complicated and often causes frustration. At Funerals by TS Warden we believe that helping families through these difficult times is about providing helpful information and useful resources. Below you will find step-by-step guide to what to do when someone dies in addition to other useful resources.
 
  • Make sure that you contact your local funeral home or make arrangements for transportation and physical handling of the deceased.
  • With the funeral services provider you have chosen, go over the available service options, understand the costs and get to planning.
  • Depending on the type of funeral you have chosen, you will need to consider caskets, urns or determine what you would like done with the remains of your deceased loved one.
  • Finally, you will want to handle all of the finances and legal arrangements left behind by the person who has passed away. This is an important part of starting the healing process and bringing family together before the service itself takes place.

We hope that you have found the resources above to be helpful in your funeral planning process. For more information about our affordable funeral services, we invite you to explore our affordable caskets and our $1,995 Economy Burial or Cremation package. 
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