Top Reasons To Preplan Before You Need It

By: Louis Bruno
Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Death is inescapable. Despite this, we rarely ever like to talk about it or discuss what it means. However, today many people are showing and interest in pre-planning their funerals. 

You can work with the funeral director, and they will provide you with detailed information about what is involved in pre-planning and help you make the right choice.  This trend is gaining popularity for various reasons, and here we take a look at what some of them are.

Why Preplan Well In Advance?

  • When you pre-plan your funeral, you get to choose every single aspect of the service. For example, if you want certain music played or specific types of flowers placed on your casket, you can opt for it.
     
  • It gives you the flexibility to choose your budget and the services you want.
     
  • Since you pay for your funeral when you plan it, you have complete control over the budget. You can plan a straightforward service or something more elaborate and pay for it accordingly. The funeral director will make sure that all of your requirements are kept in view before providing you solutions that fit into your budget.
     
  • Planning and organizing a funeral service is not only time consuming but can be quite expensive for family members of the deceased as well. When you plan and pay for your funeral, your family will not be burdened in with these expenses. They would not have to make any payments since you would have cleared everything while you are alive.

There are numerous benefits to pre-planning your funeral well in advance and a credible funeral home can help in this respect. At Charles J. O'Shea Funeral Homes, we provide comprehensive funeral services and can help you with all aspects of the process. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us.

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