Should You Pre-Plan Cremation Services?

By: Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services
Monday, July 22, 2019

There’s an easy answer to this question: yes. If you want cremation services in Las Vegas, NV as your final disposition method, you should pre-plan the services. Why is that the case? The reasons for that are varied. But keep in mind, it doesn’t matter how young or old you are or what your health is like…eventually you are going to pass on. It’s never too early to make your plans and get ahead of what could happen in the future. Here are a few things that will point to the fact that you should really get on those pre-plans. 

You Have A Family That Depends On You 

There are a lot of things you can do to prepare for the future. If you have a family depending on you, it’s likely that you have a life insurance policy, perhaps a disability policy lined up, and a variety of other things that protect them from what could happen in the future. And while the last thing you want to think about is leaving them and passing on, that could happen as well. If your family depends on you, it is easier for them to deal with your passing if they have plans in place already. They don’t have the burden of planning and they know what you wanted to have happen. 

You Know What You Want 

It can be hard to make decisions for other people. That’s why waiters ask you what you want when you go to a restaurant. They don’t know what you should order. If you know what you want for final services, you should move forward with planning them. If you know you want to be cremated, put plans into place and make sure your loved ones know where to access those plans when the time comes. Knowing what you want and having plans in place are two different things. No one else will know what you want unless you tell them. You can do that through your pre-plans. 

You Don’t Want To Leave Burdens Behind 

You know your death will impact family members, but you don’t want it to be any harder than it has to be. It will be if you don’t have pre-plans in place. If you set up your own cremation services, family doesn’t have to worry about making the plans or what you would have wanted. If you pay for those plans in advance, they also don’t have to worry about those costs. 

It’s never easy to talk about your own future death and the cremation services in Las Vegas, NV that might come after the fact, but once those plans are in place, you and your family members can have peace of mind that you will get what you want and they won’t have to deal with the emotional planning process when the time comes. Contact the experts at Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services to talk about making pre-plans. You can call us at (702) 485-6500 or set up a time to visit in person at 3975 S Durango Dr Ste 104, Las Vegas, NV 89147. 


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