Are you uncomfortable about making funeral arrangements? There's nothing to be concerned about, and we hope these informative articles can put your mind at ease.
Funeral Etiquette Also known as social graces, the rules of etiquette ease us through challenging social situations. Most of us know how to behave in common circumstances but unless you've been to a lot of funerals, you may not know the rules of proper behavior in this often uncomfortable social situation.
Legal and Estate Guidance The death of a loved one can mean that you will need to find an attorney to help with the process of estate settlement. While it isn't necessary to have an attorney prepare an advance directive, it can be advantageous to have one prepare your will or any other estate-related documents.
Are you preparing a loved one's eulogy or obituary? We know many people are uncomfortable with the tasks involved; that's why we've shared these valuable guidelines.
FAQ Questions, questions, questions: we hear them all the time. It's only natural. Because life expectancies are longer and the personal experience of funeral services less frequent than it was 150 years ago; most people know less about far less about funeral ceremonies than you might expect. If you're one of those inexperienced individuals, you'll be pleased to know we've put together this list of frequently-ask-questions just for you.