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Pre-Planning makes sense.

An act of love for your family to provide you with peace of mind.

Planning a funeral in advance can seem like a emotionally daunting task but in fact, it is as simple as thinking about your wishes and writing them down. You can contact one of our qualified Memorial Coordinators to help you get started and help you learn more about pre-financed and pre-planned funeral arrangements.

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7 Reasons Why You Should Pre-Plan

Planning a funeral in advance can seem like an emotionally daunting task, but, in fact, it is as simple as thinking about your wishes and writing them down. You can contact one of our qualified Business Development Officers to help you get started and to learn more about pre-financed and pre-planned funeral arrangements. 

Planning in advance gives you the opportunity to fully explore all the funeral options available to you. This includes burial or cremation, creating a meaningful tribute, gathering pictures for the funeral programme, and most importantly, ensuring that your wishes are met.

Pre-planning allows you to plan a customised and interactive service that truly represents the person who has passed. Well planned personalised services usually set a positive tone for healing.

Allow our professional Business Development Officers and Event Planners to help you plan a tribute that commemorates and celebrates your lifea loved one in a meaningful way. 

Families, at times, over-extend themselves financially when making arrangements at the time of death. Planning in advance allows you to keep the funeral costs under control and make changes until you are satisfied with both the service and the cost.

Pre-financing allows you to pay for funerals in your income earning years and reserves savings, pensions, insurance payments, and other assets to ensure the comfort of your loved ones.

Preplanning allows you to make decisions about your funeral arrangements in a clear and composed state of mind. It spares your family and friends from having to make difficult decisions during a time of grief and emotional distress.