Start With The Cremation Service Plan

By: Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services
Monday, February 3, 2020

If you have decided to move forward with making your own final plans, you are doing something really special for your family. There are two choices: traditional funeral services and cremation services in Las Vegas, NV. If you want to figure out what’s right for you, there are no right or wrong answers. However, you will want to start with certain things and follow the right steps to get things in order in the best possible manner. Here are a few things to do in the right order to keep things on track. 

Step 1: Decide On A Budget 

As much as you might want to just dive in and make plans, you have to recognize that those plans have a cost to them. If you are pre-planning, you might have the foresight to pre-pay as well. Paying in advance isn’t necessary, but it is a nice bonus for your family. Someday, when you pass on, they don’t have to make plans, they know just what you want, and they don’t have to pay for those plans, either. But before you decide what the plans will be for you, it’s important to set a budget for the process. If you pay in advance, what do you have to spend? If you choose not to pay, what do you want your family to have to pay or what do you want to save up for yourself? The budget can help guide you to the right plan. 

Step 2: Choosing A Cremation Package 

Once you have a budget in mind, you can look over the cremation service packages and choose one that fits your needs and your budget. The plans are all-inclusive, which means you can get everything you need from those plans without adding anything at all. The plans include transportation from your place of death to the crematory, care while you are within the facilities, the cremation process, and a simple container for your ashes. You can, of course, add any details you want. 

Step 3: Customizing Packages 

If there is a package that suits your needs and you don’t want anything more from it, you don’t have to add a thing and that’s fine. However, many people want to customize things for their own preferences. You might want to choose an urn, for example, or arrange a memorial service. 

These are a few of the steps to creating cremation services in Las Vegas, NV in advance. When you talk to the representatives at Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services, we can help you with these steps and anything else you need to get done so you can have the services you want in order well in advance. Visit us in person at 3975 S Durango Dr Ste 104 Las Vegas, NV 89147 where we can go over details and show you around our facilities. You can also call with questions and to set up an appointment with our funeral director at (702) 485-6500. Find out more about the services we provide online at: 

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