When you are faced with the death of a loved one, it is often hard to make the right decisions when it comes to burial and even burial expenses. You can make that easier on your loved ones by making these plans around of time. Many people choose to have a Cremation Service in Stonington at the Mystic Funeral Home, instead of having a traditional burial. As with any type of burial service cremation has its pros and cons, read on below for a few of each.
The Pros and Cons of Cremation
Cremation is usually cheaper than a traditional burial is. You can be sure that you will save hundreds if not thousands of dollars by being cremated.
It is estimated that many families choose to cremate their loved ones because of financial reasons. You can also specify that you want to be cremated instead of a more traditional burial before your death as well.
You must discuss how you want to remember your loved one before you decide to have a Cremation Service in Stonington, instead of a traditional burial service. While you can be cremated in any number of creative ways in today’s modern world, it is possible that some family members will want a grave to visit and put flowers on.
One disadvantage of cremation is the fact that you don’t have a grave to visit, to some family members that might be a very important thing, to others not so much.
Religion is a main concern when it comes to deciding whether to be cremated or buried in a traditional grave. You will want to make sure that your loved one wasn’t devoutly religious, before you decide on cremation and if you are making your own choices before your death, you will want to make sure that people know you don’t want to be cremated.
These are just a few of the pros and cons of being cremated, instead of choosing a more traditional burial. If you are considering being cremated, you will want to take all of this into consideration before you make a firm decision.