Pros And Cons Of Selecting A Companion Headstone

As you and your spouse age and begin to think about the end of your lives, you may opt to begin to make funeral-related arrangements. One step that is common to take at this time is to select headstones, which you can pay for and even have set up on your cemetery plots. Many married couples opt for companion headstones, which are sometimes called double headstones. This monument is often larger than a single headstone and has places for two peoples' names to be inscribed. Read More 

Trying To Pre-Arrange Your Funeral? Why You Should Choose Cremation Instead Of Burial

If you're in the process of planning your funeral, and you're struggling with the burial plans, it might be time to consider cremation. More people are turning to cremation as a way of caring for their remains once they're gone. If you haven't thought about cremation, you need to. There are a wide variety of benefits to be had by choosing cremation. If you're not sure that cremation is right for you, here are four benefits for you to consider. Read More 

From Cremation Services To A Complete Diamond Jewelry Set: How This Works

Cremation services limit your options for what to do with your relative's remains once they have been transformed to ash. You could sprinkle the ashes around, intern them, put them in an urn on your mantle, etc. However, nothing quite compares to transforming your relative's ashes into diamonds and keeping that relative close to your ears, heart, hand or wrist. Here is how that works. The Ashes to Diamonds Once your relative has been fully cremated, place the ashes in a plain box. Read More 

Five Good Reasons To Choose Cremation

If you're planning a funeral for a loved one or friend, or if you are making your own end-of-life decisions, one of the primary choices you'll face is whether to have the remains cremated or buried in a cemetery. Cremation is becoming increasing popular in the United States. According to the Cremation Society of America, nearly half of all Americans who died in 2015 (the latest year for which statistics are available) were cremated. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask Your Funeral Director

The last thing you will want to do is to hear that a family member or person you loved has died. This can be an extremely stressful situation for you to have to handle and is sure to cause you a lot of grief. You may even be in charge of planning the funeral for this person, and if this is the case, you will want to know what to expect. Read More