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FAQ's Funeral Directors

+   How to resolve family conflict?

Try to separate the concern from the person. cool off first if you feel too upset to talk calmly and try to find a mediator.


+   How do you handle stressful situations?

Put things in perspective and talk it through with a family member or friend


+   Preparing for a Funeral Director Meeting

Preparing the eulogy, Relatives needing to travel, Viewing of your loved one, Preparing memory displays, Compiling a photo story, Preparing service sheets.


FAQ's Funeral Directors

+   What to do with Cremated remains

There is a vast range of options for cremated remains, including interment in a cemetery, storage in a columbarium, scattering, preservation in an urn, and even incorporation into jewellery and art.


+    How to tell the Children

Tell your child what to expect, When talking about death use simple and clear words, Listen and comfort them, Put emotions into words and Talk about funerals and rituals. Give your child a role, help your child remember the person.


+   The Grieving Process

Grieving involves many different emotions, actions and expressions all of which help the person come to terms with the loss of a loved one.


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Funeral Directors Blogs

Executor of a Will
An executor is a person appointed by the person who has passed away to oversee the managing of their estate. In most cases, a close family member or friend takes this role. The intended executor of a will is usually revealed before the writing of a will. Read More.. If this doesn't happen, in most cases the identity of the executor will be written in the will. Christine O. Hunters Hill NSW Less..Like (1) / Dislike (0)

The Coroners Role
Find out more about the role of the coroner and when they are needed, Last updated: 6 June 2017 When a loved one dies unexpectedly, a coroner may be called to investigate the death. Read More.. This is a regular occurrence, with almost half of all deaths requiring the involvement of a coroner. Brian S. Parramatta NSW Less..Like (2) / Dislike (0)

Repatriation overseas for a funeral
Although you can ask any funeral director to assist you with these arrangements, some firms specialise in repatriation and have extensive experience of working with certain countries, airlines and are experienced with all the paperwork involved. Belinda B. Read More.. Marrickville NSW Less..Like (1) / Dislike (0)

Veterans Pension
Another possible source of financial support is if your loved one was receiving Veteran Affairs pension. In this scheme, Veterans Affairs will contribute to the cost of a simple funeral. Peter S. Read More.. Ryde NSW Less..Like (1) / Dislike (0)

Pallbearers
A pallbearer is someone who helps carry a coffin or casket into the venue where the funeral is being held. Usually the pallbearers will carry the coffin from the hearse to where the service is being held. Read More.. There may be around 6 to 8 pallbearers, depending on the coffin or casket. Con K. Bathurst NSW Less..Like (2) / Dislike (0)

Having a reputable funeral director
The greatest benefit of using a reputable funeral director is that they can unburden you of a lot of the stress associated with planning a funeral, allowing you more time to adjust to your loss and tend to your loved one’s estate.
Sheryl L. Read More.. Lidcombe NSW Less..Like (2) / Dislike (0)

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