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funeral-service-director.jpgLosing someone through death can bring in many intense emotions and dealing with that alone can be challenging.

Yet on top of that, you will need to make decisions regarding the funeral planning process. You will need to face many details and decisions during the process so you may want to consider employing the help of a funeral service director or funeral home to assist you.

Employing a funeral service director is highly recommended since they are well versed in funeral preparations and the whole process. This will make it a bit easier for you since they are trained to guide you through the process. 

Funeral service directors have many responsibilities which may include, but are not limited to, the disposing of the body for cremation, embalming, or traditional burial, death certificate and related paperwork, body transportation, and details regarding the service itself. 

The funeral service director may also send the obituary to the local newspapers regarding the death of your loved one. They will make arrangements or coordination regarding the flowers, music, funeral service programs and other print media you wish to distribute. You are free to do any of the items on your own, so make sure you let them know if you want to handle a particular aspect of the service, such as the creation of the funeral programs.

They can also deal with any burial insurance you may have. They are trained in all aspects of funeral planning so it can be a great benefit to you, especially if you are unfamiliar with the whole process.

Finally, the funeral service director may also be able to provide some comfort to the grieving family since you will be working closely with them in the details of your loved one's final celebration of life.