Setting up an Irrevocable Funeral Trust Final Expense plan can now be done by attorneys, financial planners, insurance agents and funeral consultants. With the funeral trus…t being offered by the attorney, financial planner, insurance agent or funeral consultant, the senior doesn't have to go to the funeral home. In the comfort of their own homes, they can sign an irrevocable funeral trust that is funded with a single payment life policy.
If there will be a funeral viewing or wake, the body of the deceased may need to be embalmed within approximately eight hours after death, although embalming is only done with… family consent. It is always a good idea to use the deceased's own clothes although some funeral homes will provide clothing at an additional cost. When selecting clothes, you want to include underclothing and shoes. Even though only the top half of the body will be displayed or viewed, it is a matter of dignity to clothe your loved one's entire body. For a woman, you may want to take along her own makeup and wig, if one was worn. You should direct the funeral home to apply makeup lightly or inform them of how she normally wore the makeup. If you have a photograph with the deceased wearing makeup, you should bring that to the funeral director so they can get an idea of how she wore her hair and how the makeup was applied. Generally, the body at the viewing will not look like the person you remember and may not even look real to you. If the deceased had known much pain and suffering, their face as they lay in the casket, will seem at peace which may be a relief to you and others. If the viewing or wake is held as part of the funeral service, it is traditionally done at the end of the service. Attendees who wish to view the body will file slowly past the open casket/coffin. Some will take a brief glance while others may stop for a moment longer to bid a final and quiet goodbye..
A person does not control the charges. Charges are controlled by the prosecuting attorney.
There are several things that funeral homes do to a body..depending on state laws... Basically The first thing is that the body is placed in a refrigeration unit at 45*F until… all the paperwork for that body is verified... The body will remain there until the family, next of kin, or in some cases the state decides on the burial procedures to be done. * If the family, next of kin, or the state decides that there will not be a viewing and the body is to be cremated then the funeral home (if equipped) will wash the body and place it in a cardboard box and send it to the crematorium to be burned...If there is to be a viewing and then a cremation then in many states the body must then be embalmed first.. * If there is to be a viewing and a burial the body is then embalmed(preserved). The first step in the embalming process is to wash off any waste, bodily fluids, or other materials on the body. Then the muscles are massaged to get rid of stiffness, called rigor mortis, which can make it difficult to move the body. This also helps to break up any congealment or clots in the blood that may have formed after death. * The next step in the embalming process is to set the face. An eye cup is placed over the eyes, to hid sinking, and the eyelids are closed and sealed, usually with glue or other adhesive substance. The mouth is sealed shut in a natural look, and the body is arranged in a natural position. This is all done first because embalming will set the features, making them very hard to move later on.. * Once the face is ready, the mortician begins embalming the body. He makes a cut in a main artery, usually near the armpit or groin, to drain out all of the blood. Another slit is made, and approximately three gallons of embalming fluid, made of formaldehyde, methanol and ethanol is pumped through the veins, pushing out any remaining blood. * The embalming process continues with a small cut above the navel. The mortician inserts a tube into the abdomen through the cut. A pump is attached to the tube, and the contents of the stomach and intestines are pumped out. This also removes all of the gases from the body, preventing bloating. During this part of the embalming process, the mortician also aspirates the abdominal cavity and the insides of any organs. Full-strength embalming fluid is then pumped into the organs and abdomen. * After the incissions made on the body are stitched closed the mortician then seals the rectum/anus/vaginal cavity's to prevent any fluids from leaking, the mortician then washes the body again, including shampooing the hair. Facial hair that may get in the way of makeup application is shaved, and then the body is dressed in clothes. After that, the hair and makeup is styled, at which point the body is set in the casket for family and friends to view at the calling hours.
i doubt it because the charge would likely kill you.
Yes, it is possible.
Hello. Bascially a funeral director prepares the body for burial. This can include embalming or cremation. They dress the body, prepare make-up and hair so the body will ap…propriate for viewing if desired by the family.
John F Kennedy's body was not viewed by the public because of the fact that his head was lost during the autopsy.
name the person in charge of the Bahamas before independents in the Bahamas
No kidding, but first of all they have to be declared legally dead. If they died outside of a hospital or their malady began outside of the hospital; they are required to have… an autopsy in most cases. Once the family has given written permission; the body can be legally removed from the hospital. The funeral director can't start their autopsy until they have a Death Certificate or a Summary of Death in some cases. From here its based on the familys desire for inground burial, cremation etc. If you have any more questions, please feel free to reply.
The Bahamas is an overseas territory that is partly ruled by Queen Elizabeth II, and a partial democracy.
Yes, but it would be more properly called a memorial orlife-appreciation service. One was held for Amelia Earhart in l938and at the time it was not known whether she was alive… or deceased.script lines reflected this. One attendee was the famoius women"swriter Fannie Hurst. ANSWER: Some people have a memorial service for their deceased loved oneswho are cremated rather than a funeral and burial service. The mainpurpse of the memorial service is to comfort the bereaved andremember the life of the lost loved one. Awake article on jw.orgt
In Arkansas Law
Depends on the prosecutor.
He is called funeral director or mortician.