Funeral Guide Book - proceedures - requirements - 

explanations - information from end of life to burial or cremation.

           When a family member dies the loving  and respectful way to farewell them is by arranging the End of Life ceremony within their family and friends. The intrusion of strangers, who do not share your grief, can be kept to a minimum.

          Funerals affect us all. Preparing for death and then laying our loved ones to rest is a duty which has either happened already or will be visiting us in the future. When the departed is closely related, either by love or birth, it is likely that you will be playing a major role in decisions governing a number of important facets. Either of two books shown below provide the detailed information you need in order to conduct the entire ceremony or to guide the funeral director in the performance of duties as you would wish them..                                       

          
          The costs of a suitable and respectful end of life funeral can be considerable when conducted by a funeral director who takes charge of all stages. In actual fact many of these stages can be quite easily handled by yourself or other relatives and show savings which are more sensibly spent on sustaining the bereaved family. The death and immediate stages of transport, holding, laying-out (which is the washing, preparation and dressing), viewing, coffin selection, music, printing, etc. can all be handled satisfactorily either by relatives or by contacting the professional folks direct. We advise how to contact these folks who are the same people that the funeral director would be employing.

          These books explain the rites involved in preparing for death and how to obtain the services of a cemetary or crematorium, a coffin manufacturer, supplier of funeral material, or a religious body, without dealing through a funeral director. The books contain no advertisements but do explain how to find deeper information explaining end of life requirements easily on the web sites where turther, helpful, information is available. 

          'Funerals. How to Plan, Organise and Conduct a Family Funeral in Australia' is a Kindle e book. 'Step by Step Guide to Knowledge and Savings in a Family Funeral in Australia' is a printed version which allows for study and recording. Content is almost identical. Both cover the same situations.

          In both books all stages - from death to burial or cremation are covered. The stages are explained and also the parts which you can play. From time of death through transportation, storage, laying out the body, selection of coffin, celebrant, music, flowers, training and duties of the pall-bearers, etc.. A  list of the contents is shown lower- down. The book includes information on the donation of body for organ transplant or research. There are also explanations of Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Health Directives.

          Researched and written by the author, a respected publisher of legal works in Australia, this book allows and encourages the acceptance of death as a part of life's cycle and in doing so explains the various stages that occur behind the scene.

          Two versionsof this work are available - (an e book and a print edition) 

          If you read this book and plan in advance then you will already have the list of actions to take, phone numbers to call, and the list of people to speak with when the time comes and grief clouds your mind. The book costs only a few dollars so order it now! 

 

FUNERALS How to plan, organise and conduct a family funeral in Australia e book A$6.99 

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Explaining the mysteries involved in the funeral of a loved one. Now available on Kindle e books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The contents of this book are available as printed version under title -
'Step By Step Guide To Involvement In A Family Funeral In Australia'.
Includes information on donation of organs and tissue, and also donation of body for research and training. @ $24.75 delivered

 

Special price for seniors @ $21.95 delivered (card number required)

'Step by Step Guide ...'  (Seniors Card) 

The first edition of this print version also available as STOCK TAKE CLEARANCE @ $14.95  delivered.

 

coffin1 If you plan in advance you will have a list of actions to take, phone numbers to call, names of people to speak with when you need it. 

This is a new production which combines the information you seek with the price you want to pay. For further information phone now 0419 734 584.

'Funerals. How to Plan, Organise and Conduct a Family Funeral in Australia' is a KIndle e book.
'Step by Step Guide to Involvement in a Family Funeral in Australia' is a printed version which allows for study and recording. Content is almost identical. Both. cover the situation from death to departur
e.

Here is a list of the section headings in both versions of the book-

Introduction Purpose of Book Time to Start Planning Government Involvement
Actions Preceding Death Making a Will Appointing Executor Power of Attorney
Living Will Funeral Insurance Donations of Tissue and Organs for Transplant Donation of Body for Medical Research
 Funeral Parlour Death Laying-Out Transportation
Storage Registering the Death Responsibility for Arranging the Funeral Matters for Attention
Religion Choice of Resting Place Eulogy Hymns and Music
Floral Tributes Printing of Service Program The Coffin Celebrant
The Wake The Viewing Notice of Death or Obituary Pall Bearers and Journey to the Grave Side
Ushers Reaching the End of the Journey Green Burials Cremation