Pre-paid funeral plans help take the stress off your family later down the line.
When it comes to talking about funerals, it is natural to feel emotional and not uncommon to avoid the topic. Yet if we don’t let our family know our preferences and requests, then how will they know what to do when the time comes?
Often there can be a lot of guesswork for next of kin who face the responsibility of arranging and paying for a relative’s funeral.
That’s why Fosters, in East Kilbride, is encouraging people to make their wishes known by letting loved ones know their preferences for a religious or humanist service, burial or cremation – as well as more personal details like hymn or song choice and where to scatter ashes.