How will you pay fitting tribute to your loved one?
For many the idea of planning a funeral is a daunting prospect and, therefore, selecting the right funeral service provider is of the utmost importance.
The simple solution to alleviate some of the financial and emotional distress experienced by your loved ones is by taking out a funeral plan.
The disposal of your money and your things plus final instructions and directions to those who will have to settle your affairs when you’re dead.
This is often called putting your affairs in order. How you are looked after in your last days. Who will speak and act for you if you can no longer do so for yourself. Where you die. Whether or not your organs are to be donated.
How your body will be disposed of (burial or cremation).
And however reluctant they are, you will need to try to talk to those closest to you about how you would like to make your exit because, if you want them to be your advocates, you’ll need their active involvement.
Tell them that if they truly love you they will listen.
Tell them that, when you can no longer speak for yourself, you will urgently need them to be there to speak and act for you.
And when you have lost a loved on there are different ways to remember them.
You could instal a bench somewhere that they loved to sit and admire the scenery, it could be on top of a hillside or at the park where they walked the family dog.
You could plant a tree in a park though you must check with the local authority or park rangers first.
Perhaps gather family and friends and release lanterns or balloons into the sky as a send-off for them.
Whatever you feel the perfect tribute would be then now is the time think about it and keep their memory alive.