When planning ahead, we often neglect the most critical element of our future: the funeral. This is not to place the burden on the family. No, in fact many people would simply rather not discuss death. Still, when death occurs, the family and friends take upon the responsibility of planning and sometimes paying for the funeral proceedings. This can be a difficult process if you are unfamiliar with this aspect of life. There are papers to sign, documents to okay, caskets, cemetery plots, and much, much more. To say the process is overwhelming is an understatement. When planning your next funeral service, consider our professional funeral service in Queens. At Bergen Funeral, we respectfully guide you through the funeral process and documents, ensuring that the many decisions made after a loss are completed with ease to allow you space to focus on what truly matters: the dear departed and your family. We seek to remove your stress during this situation and allow you to space needed to grieve your loss with affordable funeral service in Queens.
If your loved one had faith in the divine, we have an assortment of religious leaders on call from various denominations, faiths, beliefs, and cultures. We can set you off on the right foot with a great speaker who will highlight the aspects of the funeral according to your world view. Not only this, we can help you in the selection of a casket, the purchase of a plot, and with the paperwork. We offer full funeral service in Queens, making sure that your loved one's ceremony is meaningful and offers you and family closure with a beautiful final memory.
The paperwork is where most families run into problems. Not because they are neglectful but simply because they are not familiar with the process. There are many documents one must run through in order to put closure to the deceased’s estate. We have the experience necessary to complete this process with efficiency.
The actual service itself requires a bit of planning. As mentioned above, our funeral service in Queens is multi-religious and multi-cultural. This means you’ll have the space and resources to perform the service your loved one would want.
We understand that death is not easy. We’ll strive to make the funeral process undaunting for you, so you can work towards a healthy mourning process.