Funeral & Memorial Resources
Recording your wishes and pre-planning your funeral ensures your family can grieve your loss when you pass, not scramble to make arrangements. Get started today with these helpful resources.
I think it’s time we get comfortable and accept the fact that, yes, we are ALL going to die. Why not take the time to have conversations with your loved ones about what you want. Give them some direction. If you find it uncomfortable to talk about, at least record your wishes and leave it for them.
While 70% of men and women ages 40+ agree that everyone should have an end-of-life plan before the age of 60, few actually do (only 43%).
Whether it’s the visitation, wake, funeral, memorial service, burial or reception, etiquette is important. Do I need to attend all of these rituals? What should I say to the friends and family of the deceased? What should I wear? Should I send flowers?
Pets are an important part of the family, and losing a pet is difficult. There are many ways pet parents can keep a pet’s memory near.