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  1.  When families are trying to find ways to spend less on the services for a deceased loved one, often the cremation cost is much less than the expense of a normal funeral and burial. There are various times when a loved one passes on without leaving behind the financial resources to cover what today is among the most exorbitant expense of funeral and burial services.
  2.  The added financial burden to the families can often be too much, let alone attempting to think of ways to purchase everything while going through their grieving. With funeral expenses skyrocketing often to $10,000 at a minimum, a cremation is often seen as the only way to alleviate the financial pressure on the family to take care of the loved one's final affairs.
  3.  The expense of a cremation is far less than traditional funeral expenses for some reasons. First, unless the family is planning to have a viewing and funeral service before the cremation, there is less cost because the body doesn't need to be embalmed and prepared.
  4.  Most often those that choose cremation over a traditional funeral service will opt for a direct cremation and also have a memorial service following a cremation process. This is actually the least expensive option to a traditional viewing and funeral.
  5.  One of the most expensive purchases for a traditional funeral and burial is the casket. Since the body will be transported to the crematory in a box that is designed to be put into the cremation oven, there is no expense of a high-priced cremation casket because no one is going to be viewing the body.
  6.  Another obvious savings may be the purchase of a grave plot, that may cost up to $15,000 or more based on your location and/or the cemetery you decide to have your loved on placed in. Those expenses also include the maintenance of the grave following a burial.
  7.  Traditional funerals also include expenses such as transporting the body from the funeral home to the area of the funeral service, for instance a church, and transportation to the grave site for interment. https://www.abplace-funeral-cremation.com/ are eliminated since you will have no body to transport, thereby lowering the cremation cost to something a lot more affordable for the family.
  8.  Direct cremation costs can range between $695-$1395 based on your geographical location in comparison with the many thousands needed to pay for a normal funeral and burial service.
  9.  Due to savings of choosing cremation over a normal funeral, many families can easily create a living memorial honoring themselves, which do much to assist in the grieving and healing after the loved one has been finally laid to rest.
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