Arranging a Funeral isn’t something that people do regularly which means that when people do they are not experienced in purchasing services and products. This makes it impossible for a bereaved person to gauge if they are getting a) what they need and b) if what they are getting is value for money.
There are some seemingly complex procedures and laws that need to be followed in order to have a funeral. The paperwork is easy to make sound more complicated than it is. When you break it down – it is, while being legal documents and statutory requirements, the process can be understandable. And for people who are arranging the funerals themselves, Cemetery / Cremation Offices will always help and guide people, as will the registrars and the Coroners Officers.