Pre-Planning Your Funeral
Five Reasons to Pre-Plan Your Funeral
Your family will have the information required by Births, Deaths, and Marriages (BDM) readily at hand, saving time and stress at an already difficult time
You can ensure your funeral reflects your personal values
Your family will know your wishes, minimising the chance of family disagreement and conflict
You can reduce the financial burden on your family, with a variety of pre-payment options available
Financial pre-planning can provide tax benefits (talk to your accountant to see if this could apply to you)
When it comes to pre-planning, you deserve to know all of your options
Kimberley is our dedicated pre-planning specialist and can meet with you to explain the options available for
pre-planning your funeral.
Our funeral directors notice a marked difference in the levels of anxiety experienced by family members when some form of pre-planning has taken place.
A funeral plan can be used to outline aspects of the funeral service that are important to you. It is a simple way to inform your family of your wishes and it provides much relief for them to know that they are organising a funeral service, just the way you wanted it to be.
Finding documentation can be one of the most stressful experiences for familiy members. The first few days after a loved one passes can be overwhelming, imagine how much easier it will be for them if you have a pre-plan. The pre-planning process captures important information for Births, Deaths, and Marriages (BDM), such as the maiden name and occupation of your mother and father. Often younger family members organising a funeral will not have this information readily available. Having this information alleviates stress when it comes time to complete the paperwork.
Book a time with Kimberley, our pre-planning specialist today. She will help you understand all options available, obligation-free.