Planning Your Funeral

Funeral planning is not just about financial matters. It’s about you deciding what you want to happen and making sure everyone knows your wishes.

Funeral Plans

It’s an inescapable fact that one day we will all pass away and a funeral will have to be organised and paid for. Leaving your family to organise and pay for a funeral on your death can be financially and emotionally demanding on your relatives.

The consequences of your death could be devastating unless you have prepared for it. Do you really want your family to have to deal with these issues when it is too late for you to help them? Just imagine how much easier it would be for everyone if you have arranged all this and more in advance. A little forward planning now will help those you leave behind enormously.

Arranging a pre-paid funeral plan that is individually tailored to your preferences and wishes and also guarantees to take care of the funeral director’s fees, no matter how much they have increased, is something everyone should consider, especially when costs are escalating so rapidly.

What is a pre-paid funeral plan?

A funeral plan is a simple, stress free way to arrange and pay for your funeral in advance, thereby protecting your loved ones from the burden of finding the sums required and relieving them of the stress of any uncertainty about your wishes.

A carefully selected funeral plan, will guarantee to pay funeral director's fees and services, whenever required and regardless of the amount?

Arranging your own funeral plan means you can choose:

Your children can be reassured by the fact that that they won't be required to make difficult decisions and bear the expense of paying for your funeral.

Relying on your children, family or friends

Paying for your funeral is not, as many people may think the responsibility of your children or others, but your own individual responsibility. One of the first duties of the executors of your estate is "pay any debts funeral and testamentary expenses". Therefore, unless your funeral has already been paid for, the value of any inheritances will be dramatically reduced.

Your children can be reassured by the fact that that they won't be required to make difficult decisions and bear the expense of paying for your funeral.

How do you arrange your funeral plan?

Setting up a funeral plan is easy and safe if you use a professional and experienced funeral planning specialist.

The National Careline has a significant number of planning specialists working throughout the UK who can discuss your requirements with you, often in your own home. They have access to the whole of the funeral planning market and will advise you on products that are best suited to your individual circumstances.

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