You made something we were dreading remarkably easy and your forthright and professional attitude was extremely impressive. Kevin Brown
0117 907 1002
Willing to give peace of mind
Because it can largely never be certain what money will be available when death occurs, whatever is said in a Will with regard to an individual’s funeral wishes is merely an expression of wish. It is the duty of the executors that have been appointed to make the funeral arrangements, and while they will normally do their best to follow the deceased wishes, they have no legal duty to do so.
A pre-paid funeral plan allows you to decide exactly what you want and to ensure that your wishes are actually carried out. By pre-paying for your funeral, the cost is fixed at the date the payment is made. Currently, funeral costs are rising rather rapidly and exceed the amount of interest that is generally available to savers, so there is also a distinct financial benefit. The money that you pay is held in a trust account and so is safe and available whenever it is finally needed.
Westbury Wills is a member of the
Society of Will Writers