If you are interested in a shorter, inexpensive way of handling your loved one’s remains, you may consider a cremation. Moreover, if you are eager to avoid a memorial or funeral service, there may be a specific type of cremation that fits the bill– a direct cremation. Here, the cremation ashes are retrieved without a funeral process proceeding it. Whether you use a cremation urn, which you can purchase at www.urnemporium.com to contain the ashes or opt for a cremation ash burial after is entirely up to you.
What Is A Direct Cremation?
At a direct cremation, the body of the deceased must be transferred directly from their place of death to the funeral home for at least 24 hours by law than to the crematory. There are no other preparations for the remains, unless family has asked for additional services. It is seamlessly moved through the cremation process, which is completed in a few days. No funeral service is performed before the cremation, saving you money. There are, however, a few tasks that may need to be completed— a short service held at the funeral home, securing the death certificate, cremation authorization from the necessary next of kin, transit permit and collecting the ashes of your loved one. In some cases, additional fees are added to the cremation service. These charges may be attributed to purchasing a cremation urn, which you can from www.casketemporium.com or the small service conducted.
When To Consider A Direct Cremation?
When they are the wishes of your loved one and all next of kin agree and sign the cremation authorization. You can speak with one of our licensed directors on staff and they can advise about Direct Cremation. You can speak with them here www.casketemporium.com
No Memorial Service: When planning for a burial or cremation of a loved one, many people automatically account for organizing a memorial service. While some of these people genuinely want to hold a service, others feel obliged to hold one and do not necessarily want to. The memorial service is not a compulsory requisite for either process.
Easy and straightforward: The direct cremation does not need intense planning. You do not have to explore affordable coffins/casket options, make floral and catering arrangements or spend time on finding a venue and catering services for the memorial or funeral service. If your loved one wished for a straightforward final goodbye, a direct cremation is the option.
Low cost: You are free from all costs associated with burial and funeral service. It is one of the cheapest options out there. Instead of spending money buying or renting a casket for the viewing, service or burial, you can use a cardboard box (or any other flammable container) for the cremation process. Some families nowadays actually buy a cremation casket as some form of dignity for the direct cremation. You can see all the cremation caskets here www.casketemporium.com
Time-bound: Today, people simply do not have the time to organize the funeral and burial of their loved ones. They may not feel as bound to tradition as they are subject to the pressures of choosing a burial. Losing a loved one is already an emotionally exhausting experience for someone. If time is an issue call Casket Emporium @800 618 4642 and one of our licensed Funeral Directors will help you and ease your burden with over 25 years of actual Funeral Experience.
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