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Saamis Memorial | Our Funeral Pre Planning Service
With all of the steps involved with the funeral planning process, taking it all on at once can cause an overwhelming amount of pressure for family members who are tasked with making arrangements while dealing with grief and bereavement. The truth is, many people underestimate what is involved with planning a funeral. In addition to the physical handling of the deceased, there is legal paperwork, communicating with other family members and organization of the entire service, all to be taken care of in a timely fashion. Understandably, families choose not to open the dialogue about death and what happens when a loved one passes away. People tend to leave these decisions until it is too late and that can complicate things for surviving members of their immediate family. Pre planning a funeral not only allows you to plan your own end-of-life care, but it also makes things more manageable for those you will leave behind. This way your family will know exactly what you want and won’t have to guess or try to plan from scratch.
Benefits of Pre Planning Funeral Services
There are many benefits to funeral pre planning. Here are the top ten reasons why you should consider preneed funeral planning:
It means there will be fewer opportunities for argument and indecision about your funeral arrangements among family members after you're gone.
Your survivors will never have to worry about doing the wrong thing when finalizing your funeral arrangements. You will have told them exactly what you want.
No mistakes and no oversights. After you're gone, everything will be done your way.
You have peace-of-mind now knowing that we will follow through with your wishes.
After your death, no one can make any decisions you wouldn't want.
Funeral pre-planning is the responsible thing to do. It removes the burden from family members.
You can make complex decisions ahead of time when you have the time to think things through.
Funeral pre-planning can involve pre-payment. This will save your family money and avoid any financial burdens.
Funeral pre-planning involves an awareness of the reality of death.
You are almost guaranteed to get what you want.
You decide whether you want a traditional burial service, cremation service or a more creative celebration of life. You will also be able to decide on your final resting arrangements whether it is an urn, headstone or one of the many beautiful monuments that are available. This section of our website is dedicated to sharing resources with you and your family that will help you make an informed pre planning decision. Most of us want to plan ahead but when it comes to end-of-life planning, many have a difficult time starting the funeral pre-planning process. We're here to help. In this section, you can learn why it's important, how it works, and exactly what's involved in planning a funeral. Call us at 403-528-2599 or 1-800-317-2647 with any questions you may have.
Why People Choose to Plan Ahead
Ask 25 people why they came to us for assistance in funeral pre-planning, and you'll hear 25 different answers. Learn more about the reasons behind their decisions.
How to Prearrange a Funeral
The funeral prearrangement process is not complicated: Consider your options, discuss them with family, and record your wishes for us to follow in the future.
No one wants to think about a time when they will be unable to make critical health care or end-of-life decisions but it makes sense to complete an advance directive.
Our online pre-need funeral planning tool makes pre-planning easier. Your own personal login allows you to return to your plan and make changes at any time.
We thank you for exploring our pre planning service options and hope that you have found our resources helpful. It is important to remember that we are always here to assist you in making the right end-of-life care decisions for both you and your family.
We encourage that you at the very least open up the discussion with your loved ones about what you want when you pass away, whether it is formal or not. These types of discussion may seem intimidating or grim, however they can make a big difference in the funeral planning process and serve as a meaningful way to connect with those you care about.