Top Three Questions to Ask When Planning a Funeral in Singapore
Losing a loved is always difficult and the emotional pain of it all is one of the main things that make planning a funeral most difficult for many people. Unfortunately, it is something that cannot be entirely avoided and no matter how much you hate doing it, it will still have to be done at some point. Here are three of the most important questions to ask when planning a funeral for a loved one.
What type of funeral should you have?
Funeral services in Singapore can broadly be categorized as either religious or non religious funerals and you are going to have to decide which of the two you want to have. If, for instance, you decide to have a religious funeral then you will probably go for either a Buddhist funeral service or a Christian funeral service since these are the two main religions in the country.
What were the deceased’s final wishes?
If the deceased left behind a will in which they specified the kind of funeral service that they would prefer to have then you must take the same into consideration as you plan a funeral for them. Ideally, any funeral instructions left behind by the deceased should be given priority consideration above everything else.
How much will you be spending on the funeral?
Funeral services in Singapore can be quite expensive and if you do not have a budget then you might end up spending way more than you can afford. The best approach is to start by making a budget within which you are able to operate and then make funeral arrangements that fit into the budget instead of going about it the other way round. If the deceased had some form of life insurance cover then this will come in handy in helping you offset the cost of the funeral.