How to Plan a Funeral (continued) (back to Disposition)

Funeral Services

When planning the ceremonies some important things to consider would be where will the ceremonies be held? Who will be participating in the ceremonies such as pallbearers, speakers, clergy, military (if the deceased was active duty/veteran), or what type of music, if any, will be played. Do not forget to consider whether or not there will be a procession to the cemetery and what mode of transportation you may need for the body as well as family members.

Legal Needs

Planning and executing the funeral, unfortunately, is not the end of responsibilities. The legalities following the funeral must be addressed as well. Make sure to consider the following:

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