Funeral Planning Services Singapore

Preparing for your own eventual departure is no doubt daunting and emotionally challenging. That’s why our team is dedicated to easing the process for you and your family.

Funeral Planning ConsultationWill Writing & Estate Planning

Funeral Planning Consultation

How ready are you when it’s time to leave? Planning for your final arrangements ensures that your wishes will be carried out when you pass on.

Equally as important, funeral pre-planning is for those whom you leave behind. When your afterlife affairs have already been sorted out in advance, your loved ones need not worry about the details as they grieve. Our arrangements will be smooth, systematic, within your budget, and made according to your wishes. Ultimately, our goal is to give you and your family complete peace of mind.

What You Need to Consider

  • Religion: Do you want the funeral to be conducted according to your religion?
  • Location of wake: Void deck, funeral parlour, or within a landed housing area?
  • Duration of wake: Wakes in Singapore typically last between 3 and 7 days.
  • Final resting place: Columbarium, cemetery, sea burial, or inland ash scattering?
  • Casket preference: Choose from our wide selection of imported caskets.
  • Preferred photo for photo wreath: Do you have a favourite photo of yourself that you would like for it to be enlarged and displayed at the wake?
  • Budget: How much would you like to spend on the entire ceremony? If the expenses are covered by your family, how much can they afford?
  • Keepsake: Would you like to leave a handwritten note, an heirloom, or any other memorabilia for your loved ones?

General Process of a Funeral

  1. Preparation for wake
  2. Wake
  3. Funeral day ceremony
  4. Post-funeral

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Will Writing & Estate Planning

Most people under the age of 50 do not have a will. Death is a taboo subject especially in an Asian society like Singapore, and is thus rarely discussed. Yet, it’s important to ensure that preparations are made so that the ones you love are taken care of when you are no longer with them.

Why You Need to Make a Will

A will is a legal document that gives specific instructions for the management and distribution of estate, allowing you to decide who gets what after your passing. Without a will, your estate will be distributed in accordance with the Intestate Succession Act, which may not necessarily be according to your wishes. By including instructions for your funeral arrangements in your will, you can also be sure that your loved ones are aware of your last wishes.

It’s advisable to appoint more than one executor to carry out your will. This is so that they can keep each other in check or just in case one of your executors is unable to act for you when the time comes. In Singapore, there’s no central storage for wills. You may want to register your will information at the Wills Registry to help your loved ones access it promptly.

Grant of Probate

Probate is a legal process for distributing your estate according to the terms of your will. The executor(s) named in the will has to apply for a Grant of Probate to legally distribute your estate. With a Grant of Probate, your executor(s) can instruct banks and other financial institutions to close your accounts and/or conduct monetary transfers to your beneficiaries.

Letters of Administration

Without a valid will, the process of distributing your estate upon your passing will be longer and more expensive. Your family must decide on an administrator for your estate or have one appointed by the Court. In most cases, the deceased’s spouse or next-of-kin becomes the administrator. The administrator will then have to apply for the Letters of Administration to be able to distribute your estate according to the Intestate Succession Act.

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