Some families choose to be proactive regarding cremation arrangements. Although this is a very personal decision, we encourage families to consider the possible benefits of this. Gathering information in advance and knowing how to proceed can provide immense comfort and ensure a smooth transition of your loved one into our care. Many families opt to begin this process when a loved one transitions to hospice care.
Every family has unique circumstances. A simple conversation with a staff member at All Faith Cremation can assist you in understanding the likely pricing and steps to take when your loved one passes. After your family member is in our care, we will work with their doctor and you to complete the death certificate. There is also paperwork which will need to be signed by the next-of-kin. To assist you with beginning this process, we have provided an Online Pre-Arrangement Form below. Depending on your circumstances, you may wish to meet in advance. Click on the link below or call us to set up an appointment. Let our caring and experienced staff at All Faith Cremation help you.
Planning Ahead: The Logistical Benefits
Ensuring that a cremation occurs without complications requires thought and planning. The staff at All Faith Cremation will assist you with the essential details, decisions and documents. Preparing for the death of a loved one is never easy. We absolutely understand this and will do everything we can to guide you through this difficult time.
Planning Ahead: The Financial Considerations
Advanced inquiries regarding the cost of our cremation services are most welcome. Although we no longer arrange for payment in advance of a passing, our staff is always available to answer your questions. We can guide you through the potential services which may be required based on the circumstances of your loved one's passing. Having advanced time to consider what services best suit your situation can be very beneficial. Knowing the potential costs in advance can also allow for proactive planning. Unfortunately some families have found that neglecting to plan ahead can lead to unnecesary costs, concessions and regret.
Planning Ahead: The Emotional Benefits
The time directly following the passing of a loved one can be incredibly difficult. Making decisions is more complicated when experiencing extreme grief, fatigue or emotional stress. Many of our families verbalize their sense of relief that they were proactive in their decision making.