Planning a Funeral, the positive approach.

June 16, 2020 10:06 am

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Many couples and singletons have written an official Will and put it in place before they reach the age of about thirty.  How many of us however have had the forethought to plan and pay for a Funeral before we are elderly or sick?  Don’t leave this emotional, overwhelming experience to your grieving loved ones left behind when you pass away.  If you own a property but still have a mortgage you will have the benefit of Life insurance for mortgages which will have been provided by a professional Insurance company such as https://www.cavendishonline.co.uk/life-assurance/life-insurance-for-mortgages this will mean that at least your home will be paid off and your family can continue to live there.

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In these modern times you can plan and pay for your own Funeral long before you need to, so that you personally choose what style of Service you might prefer, what type of Coffin you want to be buried in, decide on a Cremation or Burial and even what music you want played!   Funerals are expensive and most Undertakers offer Insurance Plans so that by paying a small amount of money a month over a period of years you are able to take care of all the funeral costs.

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You may want to have a Religious Church Service before the actual Cremation or Burial, thinking about and planning for your Funeral isn’t morbid or sad it’s a practical and thoughtful step to take in order to prevent your loved ones from having to deal with these practicalities after your death when they are in mourning.