Top Reasons To Pre-Plan Before You Need It

By: Franklin Rainear Jr.
Monday, October 7, 2019

Unfortunately, our lives will end at some point in time. However, very few people consider pre-planning their funeral. While some find the thought very uncomfortable, others don't give too much thought to it in the first place. However, pre-planning a funeral is an increasing trend, and many people are opting for this solution. There are many reasons to pre-plan your funeral well before you need it, such as:

  • We never know when death will strike us, so pre-planning, when you can, is a good choice.
     
  • When you pre-plan your funeral, you also prepare for all the services that you have chosen. It means your family does not have to worry about paying for your funeral service after your death. This can be quite a big relief for them because funeral services can sometimes be heavy on the pocket.
     
  • When you pay for your funeral service in advance, you pay as per the service cost at that time. The prices are locked in once you sign the contract. It means you would never have to pay anything above that amount regardless of inflation and what the prices in the future will be. Pre-planning a service proves to be a cost-effective option for you.
     
  • Once you plan everything, the funeral director will make all the arrangements after your death once a family member contacts them.
     
  • Pre-planning a funeral is all about making sure that the service runs as you want it to be. Every person has specific ideas about how they want their funeral to be conducted. If you have firm opinions and beliefs on this matter, it is a good idea to consider this option.

If you want some help and assistance with pre-planning a funeral, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Franklin H. Rainear, Jr., Affordable Funeral Service & Cremation, LLC through our website or call (888) 213-4090.

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