The role of the funeral director: After the funeral
A professionally organised funeral will pass without problems, the deceased looked after with dignity, their final wishes respected and friends and family left with a warm, lasting memory of their loved one. All the thought and work that has gone into arranging the ceremony, from the forms that were filled in to choosing hymns and flowers, should fade into the background and be replaced by the calm memory of a day well done.
The role of the funeral director: The funeral service
From the first phone call, your funeral director’s role is to make the difficult task of saying goodbye to a loved one as easy as it can possibly be. The best funeral directors are those that not only listen to your wishes before the service, but also take care of everything on the day, when their experience and professionalism are most needed.
The role of the funeral director
From the first phone call, your funeral director’s role is to make the difficult task of saying goodbye to a loved one as easy as possible. The best funeral directors are those that not only listen to your wishes before the service, but also take care of everything on the day, when their experience and professionalism are most needed.
You can still plan ahead without having the ‘Big Conversation’
Earlier this year, ‘End-of-life’ charity Dying Matters encouraged the British public to have a ‘Big Conversation’ with their family and friends about what they want for the end of their lives and how they can plan for it.
A long history of Trust protection
If you have just been introduced to our Property Protection Trusts as a way to protect your share of your home’s value, the idea placing your assets in Trust for the benefit of your loved ones may seem quite novel. But the principles of Trust law stretch all the way back to ancient times.
You can’t put a price on peace of mind
Everyone likes to get value for money and there’s nothing more frustrating than feeling that you’re paying more for something than you really need to. With that in mind, you may wonder why you would pay a fee to arrange a Power of Attorney (POA) when you can do it yourself.
Final wishes move online
No one wants to be a bother to their nearest and dearest, especially after they’ve gone. Getting things organised ahead of time can go a long way to making life simpler for friends and family and throughout history, people have left instructions to be used after their passing.