happen so suddenly...
No time to think?
Cremation or Burial?
Is the price reasonable?
Listen to who?
Burden to Children?
How Chinese Funeral Process Works?
The passing of a beloved family member is always heartbreaking, and the added financial strain, not to mention funeral service arrangements, can cause further emotional stress. Do you have something in your mind? Pre-Planning is important. It helps to relieve your family of having to make important financial decisions during a period of great stress and grief.
Death Certificate & Burial Permit
Receiving of Body from Hospital/Home/Nursing Home
Wake Service Arrangement
Wake Service at Home/Parlour
Funeral Poccession (Last Day)
What will happen if no Early Pre-planning?
7 Benefits of Early Pre-planning?
Protection from Inflation
Your family is protected from rising funeral cost due to inflation
Self-control on time and space to consider all factors
You will be able to look around and compare services and prices before committing to any decisions
Self-reliant and choose your own way
You get to decide and have final say on the way you wish to be celebrated and remembered
Your family will know who to contact
Your family will know who to contact for assistance in the event of an emergency
Your family won't be pressured and can focus on what is important
Your family will not be pressured into making quick decisions based on emotions as everything has been decided and paid for
Enjoy greater peace of mind
Enjoy greater peace of mind knowing all your affairs are in place and all financial concerns in life are addressed
We prepare for almost everything in life. To cover for the possibility of accidents and sickness, we have insurance. To get married, couples spend months to years to ensure everything goes right. To safeguard our children’s future education, we start an education fund. To live life to the fullest, we have bucket lists. But hold up, are we forgetting something here?
The irony is while we’re busy preparing bucket lists, we seem to forget or ignore the reason why we have them in the first place; that life is finite. Everyone who is born will eventually pass; it’s not a possibility, but an eventuality.
If the thought troubles you, it should. Irrespective of your position in the family – whether you are a husband or wife; father or mother; or even son or daughter – your passing will be the one single event that impacts your family and loved ones the most, both emotionally and financially. So why are we ignoring it? What do we need to do?
The answer is simple: you should pre-plan.