Making the right decision about which funeral director to choose can be both confusing and overwhelming. However, this is one decision you can’t run away from! It is far better to have something in place before your emotions take control of your decision making. We understand it may be a hard conversation to have with your family because they don't ever want to think you might die. We are here and happy to have that conversation with you and to help you find that funeral director who is the right fit for you (probably saving you quite a bit of money along the way).
Your Wishes Funeral Advocacy, offers you guidance with a friendly service in your own home, for the critical moments in life.
IMPORTANT COVID19 UPDATE: Consultations can be done online or by home visits (subject to government regulations at the time).
It is a fact that everyone needs to consult a funeral director once in life, either for a loved one or for your distant future. Better now than later when the decision is no longer yours! So if you are one of the well-planned people who like to keep things aligned before the emergency arises, we would love to meet with you to prepare for your wishes when you can make logical decisions, not necessarily emotional ones.
Many people choose to go back to the tried and tested family funeral directors that their families have been using for 50+ years. That’s understandable! However, over time many trends change into better ones and newer innovations become available. Opting for a different company or brand can often bring you unique, out of the box, ideas and better ways to process things than ever before.
With more than 20 years of experience in the funeral industry, directed by Robyn O’Connell,
Your Wishes Funeral Advocacy is blazing a new path in the funeral industry.
We are an entirely independent, fee for service, funeral advisory service that assures the best advice and non-biased recommendations to suit your needs. We come and visit you in your own home.
So if you are at a point where you have questions like:
Should I be buried or cremated? NB believe it or not, the majority of people do not let family know their preference!
Do I go green? (well what is green anyway?)
Should I have a funeral or memorial service?
When the average person may only ever organise one funeral during their lifetime, it is understandable that you may feel overwhelmed by all the decisions that have to be made, especially if it is at a time when you may feel vulnerable. We can help you answer all these questions and more.
Just give us a call and take the comparison burden off your shoulders!