Nobody likes talking about what will happen after their death. But it is a universal truth that every one of us will die at some time, which is why it is absolutely critical to create a funeral plan. One of the best ways to make sure that your loved ones have as easy a time as possible following your death is to create a detailed plan addressing end of life issues.
Unfortunately, a 2017 report by the National Funeral Directors’ Association reveals that only 21 percent of Americans discuss details about their funeral with loved ones.
While it might sound grim, there are three elements of a funeral: preparing a corpse, holding a ceremony, and handling the internment. The purpose of this article is to review some important steps that you should make sure to follow when planning for what will happen at your own funeral.