Nobody wants to
think about dying, but it’s a fact of life. Making a few decisions
ahead of time and making sure your friends and family know what your
wishes are after your death can make things a lot easier for everyone
involved. One option that has benefits that should be considered is
in Bel Air.
can save a great deal of money compared to having a traditional
burial, especially if you opt for direct cremation. Of course,
certain factors can increase the cost, such as having a visitation
before cremation, having a remembrance ceremony, and having the
cremains buried in a burial plot. Potential savings include not
needed to have the body embalmed, not needing a casket, and not
needing a burial plot or headstone.
When a person is
buried in a cemetery, it may become difficult for loved ones to visit
if they move away from the area. If desired, people can store
cremains in an urn and bring them with whenever they move, keeping
their loved one’s remains nearby.
In some ways, Cremation in Bel Air can be environmentally-friendly. For example, no land needs to be dug up for the burial of the remains, which is especially important in areas where there isn’t a lot of extra land for burials or much of the land is below sea level and prone to flooding. Although the act of burning the body does release some chemicals into the air, newer forms of cremation limit any potential air pollution from the cremation process as much as possible.
You can choose to
have a memorial service or not, and you can choose any number of
places to spread the cremains after the ceremony, and you have more
flexibility over the timing of any remembrance ceremony or dispersal
of the ashes. Just be sure to check out any relevant laws, as it
isn’t legal to spread these ashes just anywhere. This is true both at
sea as well as on land. These options make it possible to follow the
wishes of the deceased as closely as possible.
Contact Evans Funeral Chapel and Cremation Services for a consultation. You can click here to find out more information.
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