Pre-Planning Your Funeral

By: George Darte
Monday, May 31, 2021

It isn’t uncommon for people to be unaware of what needs to be done in funeral planning and many do not even want to think about death and dying. However, people are now choosing to pre-plan their funeral. We at George Darte Funeral Home offer these services and customize our solutions based on your needs.

Many people that hear about preplanning wonder whether it’s for them. Here is some information that will help you understand what’s involved to decide whether it something you would like to do.

The Benefits Of Preplanning Your Funeral

There are several advantages to this process, such as:

  • The process is easy and you can approach a reputable funeral home to help you with it. It takes only a couple of hours to complete.
     
  • The funeral director will take the time to understand your requirements before coming up with a plan that works for you.
     
  • You can choose everything from the type of music, the casket, decorations and more; the funeral service will be conducted exactly as you want.
     
  • You pay for the service when you sign the contract and that locks in the price. It means you would not have to pay anything additional for the funeral service regardless of how much the inflation rates rise over the years.
     
  • Since you make the payment for all the services you want, your family does not have to bear the financial burden of organizing the service.

As you can see, preplanning a funeral service can be quite straightforward and we can help you with it. Our experienced funeral director will work with you, making sure that every aspect of the service is exactly as you want it to be so that you get value for money. For additional details about preplanning a funeral, please do call George Darte Funeral Home at this number (905) 937-4444 or use our contact form.

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