Bidding the last goodbye to a dear and near one was never easy, and it would never be. But, you have to be strong to pay the final tribute to that departed soul in the proper manner. Funerals are arranged for this purpose. If you have a death in your family, you must arrange a peaceful cremation service as per the traditions of your family, religion, race and community.

Arranging a cremation ceremony is not easy. There are multiple things that the family members of the deceased need to organise, keep in mind and deal with. Several aspects need to be considered to ensure the smooth execution of the ceremony. A trusted specialist of cremations in Aberdeen should be hired to assist you in the entire process.

Apart from these experts, you should also be careful about your role in this ceremony to avoid confusion and ensure successful execution.

  • Pre-Planning and Planning

In many cases, your loved ones have already planned their cremation procedures before their death. You need to follow their instructions once they leave. In case there is no “pre-planning”, you need to plan the entire process as a close one of the deceased. This will include how that person will be cremated, the spot of cremation and the people who will attend that ceremony.

  • Authorisation for the Ceremony

No matter who is planning or how the ceremony will be held, it cannot be started without proper authorisation. The cremation service provider will need written and properly documented approval for the ceremony to be arranged in a certain way. In most cases, the authorisation can be given by the next to kin. However, there are other legally authorised individuals who can also give permission.

  • Spouse of the deceased
  • Parents of the deceased
  • Children of the deceased
  • Grandparents of deceased
  • Grandchildren of the deceased
  • Siblings, both whole or half-blood
  • Guardian of the deceased at the time of death
  • Representative of the state who has custody of the dead body.

If none of the above is located or can be found at the time of the death or cremation, then this last option can be applied.

  • Choosing the Right Cremation Facility

It is important to choose a reputable and reliable cremation service provider in Aberdeen. These experts will help you to execute the entire ceremony without any chaos or flaws. Their skill and experience will make your job of bidding last goodbye to your loved ones as easy as possible.

Please get in touch with our funeral directors Aberdeen at Victoria Funeral Home for more information.