While every funeral is different in tone, style, organisation and procedure, here are some golden rules to follow to ensure that your presence at a funeral is a welcome one.
When purchasing a funeral plan, there are generally two ways to do so; directly from a funeral plan provider, or via a local funeral director.
Katie Price spoke on the ITV show, Loose Women, last week about her funeral wishes which include a crystal coffin.
Financial support benefits for the bereaved are set to increase after the Minister for Welfare Delivery, Caroline Nokes, announced the introduction of the Bereavement Support Payment last week.
Last year, more than 52,000 people donated money to provide a funeral service for someone they may never have known.
Finding the right time to discuss your funeral wishes with your family can be incredibly challenging.
When a loved one dies, it is commonplace that after the initial shock and subsequent furore of the funeral, the truly difficult time is when life returns to normal and there is a hole in the routine where once there was a living, breathing person.
Fidel Castro, the communist leader and freedom fighter who seized power by vanquishing the incumbent Cuban leader, Fulgencio Batista, passed away on Friday.
When asked, the vast majority of people answer that they want a funeral ‘without any fuss’.
People often expect large national companies to be cheaper than small businesses.
Purchasing a funeral plan means facing your own mortality and planning ahead.
Humanist funerals are a rising phenomenon. Provided by an increasing number of practicing celebrants, these bespoke ceremonies mirror the life of the deceased.