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Funeral costs in Greifswald

The prices for a funeral in Greifswald differ according to the desired type of funeral as well as the execution of the funeral. The funeral costs, which occur as a result of a death, include on the one hand the services of the funeral director, i.e. the personal services (the costs for a coffin or an urn, the burial linen, the transfer of the deceased and the hygienic care). This includes all administrative tasks as well as the completion of formalities (application for the death certificate, administrative procedures, deregistration from the health insurance company, etc.). On the other hand, there are numerous expenses for services provided by external service providers, also known as third-party services. These include the issuance of the death certificate and the death certificate, the expenses for flower arrangements and funeral wreaths for the funeral, funeral cards and obituaries in the newspaper and the cemetery costs, if the deceased is to be buried in a cemetery. For urn burials, there is a cost for cremation at a crematory.

Costs for the funeral service in Greifswald

Flower arrangements for the funeral service must be ordered from a funeral florist in Greifswald. Expenses for funeral speakers and musicians for the funeral service and costs for the funeral coffee must be planned. Do you have difficulties finding a suitable restaurant for the funeral coffee in Greifswald? Contact a Greifswald funeral director you trust, they will be very happy to put you in touch with a catering service or an inn in Greifswald where you can receive your mourners after the funeral.

The cemetery obligation in Germany

Every funeral home in Greifswald is subject to the current burial law of the state of Saxony. This stipulates that every deceased person must be buried in a cemetery. Ash capsules in decorative urns from cremations are kept in cemeteries in special grave forms such as columbaria, urn row graves or anonymous grave fields. For scattering ashes on land, there are cemetery forests and cemetery meadows; at sea, there are specially designated scattering areas. The choice of cemetery is left to the relatives or to the last wishes of the deceased, if he or she has regulated this in a will or by disposition. Private burials on one's own property or taking ashes home are not permitted in Germany. The only exception is a Tree Of Life burial in Greifswald, which is a tree burial on one's own property, where a portion of the ashes of the deceased are removed by the funeral director and added to the soil of the planted tree.In a diamond burial in Greifswald, a portion of the ashes can also be removed by the funeral director and formed into a diamond pendant through an external process. In this way, a portion of the deceased can "live on" with their loved ones.

Funeral provision Greifswald

In a funeral provision contract, which you can conclude at any time at a funeral home in Greifswald , it is regulated at an early stage, how the own funeral should look once. Here you can, for example, specify your desired form of burial or which cemetery in Greifswald you would like to be buried in. Also the funeral financing is regulated in a contract for funeral provisions, which relieves your relatives later.

Natural burials in Greifswald

In addition to the traditional coffin or urn burial in a Greifswald cemetery, the options for a funeral in Greifswald also include alternative burial forms such as a forest burial, a burial at sea or an alpine meadow burial. An anonymous burial in Greifswald is also possible.

Grave care in Greifswald

The grave in the cemetery is considered a place of remembrance and memory and helps the mourners to preserve the legacy of the deceased in dignity.After the funeral, the grave site in Greifswald is decorated by the mourners with flowers, wreaths and funeral arrangements. But even after that, the newly laid out gravesite requires intensive care. The surviving relatives can either take care of the care and maintenance of the grave themselves or a grave care service in Greifswald can be commissioned. This may be necessary, for example, if the relatives do not live in Greifswald themselves or the grave care is no longer manageable for physical reasons.