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6 last wishes your loved ones actually want you to fulfil

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Have you ever wondered what does your loved one really wants to fulfil before passing on? Often, there are things that your loved ones want you to do or say and at times, it might not be what people initially thought they would be. The following blog post will explore these and offer tips on how to honour their requests so they can rest in peace knowing their wishes have been fulfilled.

Assets Management

How can we make sure our loved ones are protected after we are gone? This is a very common question that people have asked. The best way to do so is to appoint an executor who will be responsible for distributing your assets and claims on behalf of your beneficiaries. Leave a detailed instruction stating your intentions, including the name of the executor, any special request such as memorial service or donations. Always ensure they know where all necessary documents are kept and where the safe key is just in case something happens to you unexpectedly. Family members might have different opinions on how things should be managed.

Funeral Decision

Arranging a funeral is never a simple task as families are still grieving over the loss of their loved ones. However, it is also essential to have a proper send off for the deceased. Usually, the deceased would generally have an idea of the funeral that they would wish to have. However, there will be times when the dead would prefer other funerals that would require different sets of requirements. The best option here would be to appoint an experienced Singapore funeral parlour to handle it, given their vast experience in the different types of funerals. 

Funeral parlour Singapore’s are also responsible for ensuring no legal disputes are required during such times by doing proper burial arrangement documentation, including contacting relevant authorities like IRAS (Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore), employers, etc.

Spending Quality Time

When your loved ones are nearing the passing of life, they would like to spend the remaining time with people they have been with. Often, the best thing we can do is spend quality time with them, which may be in the face of talking, cooking, or having fun. Not only will it give them a good feeling, but you would also be able to create memories that go beyond everyday social interactions. 

In life, there are certain things we all have to do despite how hard it may be. However, death is one thing that everyone has to come across. Knowing that they cannot avoid being dead forever makes people realize what they should have done while living, thus making sure that they can pass on with a clear mind and soul, which puts them at ease during the time for death.

Doing their favourite things 1 last time 

Being at the end of their life, another way for them to be prepared for passing on peacefully is by doing their favourite thing. This way, they will be filled with a sense of comfort and satisfaction knowing that they have lived life to the fullest and thus be able to leave this world without regrets or doubt in their actions.

The physically challenged may not have many choices with respect to doing things that they like because of their physical condition, but there are still ways for you to help them get what they want before it is too late.

Organ Donation

As an organ donor under the Human Organ Transplant Act (HOTA), you will be able to donate your kidneys, liver, heart and corneas for transplantation in the event of death. All Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents who are 21 years old and above, and are not mentally disordered, are included under the Human Organ Transplant Act (HOTA) unless they have opted out. Your altruistic commitment can also bring immense comfort and relief for family members of organ recipients, as it is never easy to watch as your loved one suffers helplessly.

In cases where a person had not pledged his organs before passing away, his family members can decide to donate his organs on his behalf, under MTERA, if they wish to do so. Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy. If you would like to be an organ donor, do inform your family members about your decision to donate your organs after death so that they can take comfort in the fact that their loss may help to save or improve the lives of others.

Source: https://www.liveon.gov.sg/

Ending their life at home

The home setting will also help let your loved ones witness as you do your last act and receive the gratitude and love of those present before saying goodbye for the last time.

Concerning finances, making arrangements for people who are physically disabled would require more planning but with a proper discussion between both parties, finding an agreement that would suit both parties is not too difficult.

With a little bit of planning, you can make your loved ones’ last wishes come true. This list is a great place to start thinking about what they might want and how you could help them achieve it. It’s not too late for any of us to take care of the most important people in our lives; think about their final requests while we still have time!

Divine Casket Singapore was established in 2004 by the late Silvester, one of the first few embalmers in Singapore. Through his dedication to the craft of embalming, he sought to provide the best for the deceased, emphasizing respect for those who have passed and remembering those who have been left behind. His craftsmanship has earned much praise and compliment throughout the 1990s from grateful clients. 

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