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What is the easiest way to organise a funeral?

There are a number of things to consider when organising a funeral. The following checklist is provided to assist you with the funeral process: Final body of disposition – For example would your loved one prefer cremation or burial? Consider what is also written in their will.  Consider your budget – How much you can afford or […]

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How to arrange a funeral?

How to arrange a funeral in Australia? Organising a loved one’s funeral service can be a daunting task, particularly for those who have never had to do so before. The process is unfamiliar territory for most and it is natural that bereaved families will have a lot of questions. We want to assure any families […]

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What is a funeral bond?

Funeral bonds are another way of saving for funeral expenses. You pay a deposit then make regular payments over time, and your money grows in value with interest. The money can only be used for your funeral. You can’t take it out earlier. Many funeral bonds let you choose a funeral director. Or, you can […]

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Why do funerals matter?

No matter how far back you look in history, you will find evidence of funeral rituals. Within us, we have an innate need to honor, respect, and remember those who have died. Those we have loved. Funerals, as a ritual, don’t exist simply to exist. They have purpose and intentionality and meaning. Dr. Alan Wolfelt, […]

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How to buy a funeral bond?

A funeral bond is a payment for a consumer’s future funeral which involves the payment of either a lump sum or regular instalments to a friendly society. It is similar to a prepaid funeral, in that money is placed in a specified fund. The difference lies in the fact the money increases with time and […]

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What are the different types of funeral services?

There is more variety and freedom than ever in the choice of funeral and burial. From high church to secular and humanistic, with traditional interment, cremation or a ‘ natural ‘ burial-or even having the ashes of the deceased put in jewellery or blasted off in a fireworks display. The range of choices, however, ensures […]

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