Paying For A Funeral
Throughout the funeral process, your funeral director, who has been responsible for ensuring the smooth running of your funeral service, will have managed and arranged payments for a number of products, goods and services which have been incurred during the planning and delivery of your funeral.
These services might typically include cemetery plots, cremation fees, floral tributes, funeral notices, catering services, clergy and musician fees, etc. We specifically arrange all expenses to be itemised on to one account in order to keep billing as convenient as possible.
The invoice that you will receive will include both the costs of our own services and the costs of the products, goods and external services that you have chosen as part of your funeral design.
Although it is a time of sadness and you may be under pressure and still coming to terms with your own emotions, it is important that our funeral arrangers have an open and honest discussion relating to the issue of funeral expenses during the initial planning stages of the funeral.
It is important to balance emotional decisions with practical common sense and an accurate indication of your expected funeral expense will allow our funeral arrangers to have a clear expectation of your requirements and help manage the funeral service alongside your guidelines.