Planning a funeral is a difficult task, whether you’re making arrangements after a loved one dies or pre-planning the service with a loved one who is terminally ill. Visiting a funeral home during this time can be overwhelming and time consuming. Online funeral planning is a way to make those arrangements in the comfort of your own home. It may seem impersonal to handle the arrangements online, but there are many practical reasons you might want to use an online form to make burial or cremation arrangements.
There are dozens of details involved in making funeral arrangements. You may be the one authorized to make the arrangements, but you may need to talk to other family members who want to be involved. Using the online process lets everyone work through the steps together without having to make an appointment at the funeral home. You can get people in the same house or through video chat or another message service to discuss the arrangements. If you have small children, you don’t have to worry about keeping them entertained in an unfamiliar setting. Using the online funeral planning system limits social contact during the pandemic. Our online form is available 24/7, with a licensed funeral director to guide you. You can make arrangements on your schedule, instead of waiting for business hours.
You’ll need to complete your session at one time, so it’s best to be prepared when you’re ready to fill out the online form. Plan to spend about 30 to 45 minutes providing information. Gather the information on the deceased, their birthdate and birthplace, date of death and place and their mother and father’s information. You should look through the list of funeral services we offer to select those that are appropriate. This lets you work within your budget. We are here to assist you if you need guidance or have questions. Our professional staff takes care of the arrangements as you desire.
Contact First Memorial Funeral Services for more information about affordable funeral services and make arrangements online.