Brexit is almost here, is your paperwork in order for Spanish Residency??

A FUNERAL plan is an easy way to pre-arrange the funeral you want and pay for the funeral director’s services at today’s prices. 

This means you can help save your family the worry and expense, helping make things easier for your loved ones when the time comes.

Golden Leaves are the best people to speak to about which funeral plan is right for you, with over 30 years’ experience their team of experts are waiting to help you.

Right now, with Brexit closing in, Golden Leaves are offering €150.00 off their funeral plans throughout the month of December, making it even easier and even more affordable for ex-pats to get their paperwork in order before the transition period is over.

Planning a Funeral service is a very personal thing and Golden Leaves believe that it is important to get all the details right and take time and care to guide, advise and oversee all the planning on your behalf.

Death is something that we would rather not think about at the best of times. Nobody wants to contemplate their own death.

Nevertheless, nobody wants to let their family bear the burden of funeral expenses either.

That is why it makes sense to consider the option of a pre-paid funeral plan.
Paying for your funeral in advance is a wise choice and releases the members of the family from the anxiety of worrying if they can afford the expenses involved in the funeral arrangements.

It also means you get the day that you want for your final farewell. 


 

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Charlie Loran

Manchester born mummy with a two year old diva (2020), living on the Costa del Sol for just short of a decade.
Former chef and restaurateur, holistic health fanatic and lover of long words.

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