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A funeral directive allows you to provide specific instructions for your funeral, including burial or cremation. For example, you can choose where you want to be buried or where you you’re your ashes placed. Or you could choose less traditional options, such as
You can also name someone who will carry out your instructions. Typically, these instructions will be in your Will and your wishes will be carried out by your executor. A funeral directive can give your family the peace of mind that they are carrying out your final wishes and it can avoid disagreements regarding the disposition of your remains.
Parkway can help you decide how to best describe your funeral plans so that your wishes regarding the disposition of your remains and the celebration of your life is carried out with care and attention.