This FAQ provides answers to questions about what the Travis County Medical Examiner’s office does and their role in cremations in the county and beyond.
In this post, we’re explaining the connection between funeral homes and death certificates as well as why Green Cremation Texas does things differently.
Next of Kin has the legal authority to make decisions in Texas regarding disposition (burial or cremation) after death. So what establishes who the Next of Kin is?
When it comes to the cremation process, there are several things you need to understand. You can check out our guide here to learn more.
Would you rather scatter your loved ones ashes somewhere meaningful instead of holding on to them? Here are a few places that are appropriate.
It is never easy to write a eulogy. Hopefully, this advice at least makes it a little easier so that the experience is as positive as it can be.
Who should you tell about your loss? And how should you tell them? Here are a few helpful tips that can make communicating your loss to others a little easier.
If your family has chosen to cremate a loved one, you’re probably wondering what the timeline will look like. Here’s when their cremated remains will be ready.
Losing someone you love sucks – working with a funeral home doesn’t have to. We became the highest-rated funeral home in Texas by using our simple 8-step cremation process.
Death is a difficult topic for many of us. But, perhaps having an answer to the very uncomfortable question, “how is a body prepared for cremation,” can be a starting point.
Many people have heard of embalming fluid and know that it’s part of preserving a body for a funeral, but do you know what embalming fluid actually is? And did you know that embalming isn’t always necessary? Or that embalming isn’t common in many other countries?
Direct Cremation is the most affordable option. But what exactly does that mean? What are the costs and advantages?
Our experienced funeral directors understand veterans burial benefits and will plan accordingly for you.
This is the most comprehensive cremation process guide out there. It contains over a decade’s worth of knowledge and advice.
Water cremation is an eco-friendly disposition service that’s recognized as a greener option. Keep reading to learn more about the water cremation process.
Most people have no idea how the cremation process actually works. If you are going to make the decision to cremate your loved ones, it is essential to understand the process in order to help release and let go of their physical presence.