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These usually cover the collection of your loved one from hospital, home, nursing home or care home, preparation of of your loved one for burial or cremation and transportation of your loved one to their final resting place. Coffins are normally purchased through the funeral director, as well as urns to hold the ashes of your loved one in the event of a cremation.
In addition, many people will want flowers at the funeral, as well as a reception afterwards.
Make sure to check whether the quote your funeral director gives you includes disbursements. Some funeral directors quote for their fees alone, leaving clients with an unpleasant surprise when the bill arrives.