Death comes to all.
When celebrities like George H. W. Bush pass it can cause people to consider their own end.
Will they be prepared?
How will they be remembered?
According to a recent Hometown Life article titled “Planning your funeral can help ease loved ones’ burden,” you can plan for your inevitable end.
If you do not have one, create one.
Have one already?
A will is often a necessity, but a trust could also be very beneficial.
If you avoid thinking about the future, it will only make things worse.
In addition to estate planning, funeral planning will be helpful to your family.
It can keep them from having to make stressful decisions in a time of mourning.
What can do plan in advance?
You can choose a casket and a funeral home.
You can purchase a cemetery plot or give instructions for cremation.
You can even outline a service.
Record your plan and any pertinent information for your loved ones.
By taking time to arrange your final arrangement, you can save money and help guide how your life remembered.
Reference: Hometown Life (December 12, 2018) “Planning your funeral can help ease loved ones’ burden“