Call a Truce in Family Feuds Over Funeral Plans
Death is inevitable but the passing of a close family member is still one of the most traumatic events a person can ever experience showering, us with a range of emotions such as grief, sadness, frustration, heightened anxiety and even anger.
Watch Out for Costly Funeral Plan Exclusions - Which? Report
Which? Magazine recently published an article about ‘costly’ funeral plan exclusions. The theme of the article was also picked up by other national publications which also ran similar articles based on the Which? report.
Paying for your Funeral
“I have always been a pragmatist and have always been content with a no-frills approach to life. So why should my attitude to death be any different? When my time comes, just put me into a cardboard box and fire up the cremation furnace, and while we’re at it, why should I or my family pay for it? I've paid taxes all my life so the very least the council can do is pay for my no-frills funeral. Besides when I’m gone, well I’m gone, what do I care what happens.”
Relieve the Pressure with a Pre-Paid Funeral Plan
It’s often the case, when someone close has passed away, you begin to realise how difficult it is to plan a funeral on such short notice. The stress of choosing a coffin, flowers and music, not to mention the difficulty in choosing a reliable and professional funeral director, can be a tough process. Many of us have been in exactly that situation; grieving over the loss of a loved one while having the responsibility of organising funeral arrangements.