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How will you pay for your funeral costs?

Organising a Funeral these days is very similar to organising a big family Wedding. That may sound odd, but let’s look at what both events require:
• Venue(s)
• Someone to conduct Service
• Car/Limousine Hire
• Catering
• Decisions on Music, Readings Hymns etc
• Flowers
• Catering
• And Much More
So, the question you should ask yourself is; if it takes 18-24 months to organise and pay for a Wedding, why do I expect my family to organise and pay for a Funeral in just a few days and at a time when they’re grieving and not in the right state of mind?
Whilst we appreciate that Funeral Planning is not always at the forefront of people’s mind, we have a duty of care to ensure that you are given all of the right information in order to protect those you leave behind and are offering our advice and expertise in this matter.
The average cost of a funeral in 2019 was £4,417. This is expected to rise to £5,285 in 2024. What’s more, with cost of Funerals DOUBLING every 10-14 years, if you’ve bought life Assurance to cover the cost, your policy probably won’t keep up.
A Pre-Paid Funeral Plan is the ONLY way to ensure that you freeze the cost of your future funeral at today’s prices.
Call us today on 0203 189 1737 or email info@barnetwills.co.uk to book your free consultation.
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