Get your affairs in order.
Funeral Planning Checklist
Choose the place of final rest:
Burial in a private cemetery, veterans cemetery, or on private property
Scattering of cremated body at sea, in a park, on private property, or in a memorial garden (with permission
of local municipality)
Keepsake jewellery, such as cremation jewellery
Organ donation or anatomical donation
Choose a method of payment:
If you want to prearrange your funeral, you can opt for funeral insurance through a funeral home, which
sometimes offers a guarantee of their current prices. Other options include a funeral trust or pay-on-death
If you are paying for services at the time of need, you can ask family members to help pay for various parts
of the funeral or to contribute in different ways, such as bringing food or sending flowers. Sites like www.youcaring.com or www.gofundme.com can assist with crowdfunding to help pay for services if money is
Choose a way to record your final wishes:
Store your will, personalized voice recording messages, video and more in our secure and centralised online vault. Released in the event of your death, your loved ones will have access to a piece of you that’s left behind specifically for them. Free registration, plus one annual fee, no cost, or charges after.
Assist loved ones:
Collect important documents and notify your next of kin about where they are held.
Store a copy of your will, marriage and birth certificates, veteran’s discharge papers, military service records,
life and health insurance policies, social security information, and other estate planning documents where
your next of kin can easily find them.
Write your own obituary or gather important biographical information for your obituary.
Keep a copy of your funeral plans on file with a funeral provider and notify at least two other emergency contacts of where your funeral will be held and where your final wishes are recorded.
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