Give Your Family Peace of Mind with a Pre-paid Funeral from Serenity Funerals
A pre-paid funeral helps to ease the burden on your family during one of the most difficult times in their lives, easing the financial burden and allowing them to focus on saying goodbye to you in the right way.
Pre-paid funeral services are purchased in advance at today’s prices. This means that at the time of your death, your family will not have to pay any additional amount for your funeral no matter when the funeral is needed.
What are the Benefits of Pre-Paid Funerals?
A pre-paid funeral means that the cost of your funeral service is taken care, easing the financial burden on your family. The majority of pre-paid funerals also mean that you have pre-arranged your funeral requirements, helping your family to say goodbye properly, and for you to have the funeral you deserve.
By pre-paying your funeral now, the price is fixed. Meaning that at the time of your death, there is no additional charge to your family, all costs are covered in your pre-paid funeral contract.
Pre-paid funerals allow you to rest easy knowing that your family isn’t left with the financial burden.
What is included in Serenity’s Pre-Paid Funerals?
Our caring funeral director will consult with you to go through our pre-paid funeral options and tailor a package that suits your needs and budget. However, to give you some idea of what is usually covered in our pre-paid funeral options:
- Burial or cremation at a specific cemetery or crematorium
- A funeral or memorial service
- Preparation of the body
- Coffin or casket
- Celebrant or minister
- Herse transport
- Flowers, memorial cards, flowers
What happens to my Pre-Paid Funeral Funds?
Your pre-paid funeral money will be paid into the Funeral Plan Management Fund that is approved and required by Government legislation. These funds will only be released once Serenity Funerals have carried out your pre-paid funeral services.
There are two primary ways pre-paid funeral payments can be made to Serenity Funerals. Either through a one-off sum or arrangements monthly instalments to be paid – usually through direct debit.