When considering cremation, it is important to know that it is not a funeral service. Nor does the process represent the final disposition of cremated remains, which requires the determination of whether they should be buried, scattered or stored.
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In the past few years, more Americans are choosing cremation over a traditional funeral when a loved one dies. Affordability is one of the reasons for this shift; cremations are often cheaper than conventional funerals and burials. Though other factors have also fueled the rise in cremation rates, its lower price point can have a […]